On April 18, 1983, a truck drove into the entrance of the U.S. Embassy in downtown Beirut killing 63 people, including 6 CIA officers. Never before had the CIA lost so many officers in a single attack. In the weeks and months after the bombing, top investigators from the CIA and FBI failed to solve the mystery of who was responsible. For Robert Baer, the CIA's top operative in the Middle East, it became a life long obsession. In this film he discovers how the phenomenon of suicide bombing has spread to the West and change the role of women in the Middle East, and how this threat can be defeated. Included are shocking real footage of actual suicide bombings and interviews with failed bombers.