'The Faithful Spy': Infiltrating Al-Qaida New York Times reporter Alex Berenson talks about the plot of his new novel -- an undercover CIA agent infiltrates al-Qaida and spends years posing as a Muslim convert committed to bringing down the United States.
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'The Faithful Spy': Infiltrating Al-Qaida

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'The Faithful Spy': Infiltrating Al-Qaida

'The Faithful Spy': Infiltrating Al-Qaida

'The Faithful Spy': Infiltrating Al-Qaida

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New York Times reporter Alex Berenson talks about the plot of his new novel — an undercover CIA agent infiltrates al-Qaida and spends years posing as a Muslim convert committed to bringing down the United States.

Guest:

Alex Berenson, author of The Faithful Spy, reporter, New York Times