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ow that he has made the decision that Jamal leading Abuddin will never lead to peace while killing Sheik Rashid for Jamal in the process, Barry approaches Tucker for US support on the matter. Tucker's official line is that the US is not in the business of regime change, but unofficially does provide that support in the form of "coup planner" Lea Exley, who informs Barry that a coup needs to happen quickly before the secrets get out. Barry learns how easily those secrets do escape. He also finds that the most difficult obstacles in the plan are those that are closest to home. The first public step in the plan is to neutralize who may be the biggest problem, namely Tariq. Meanwhile, Ahmed confides in his father about his and Nusrat's marital problems, Jamal who takes what he believes is decisive action in rectifying the "wedding night" issue.

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