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The Raid on Iran
Brigadier Ben-Zev of Israeli intelligence has
penetrated Iran to determine whether or not the
Tehran government has indeed developed ballistic
missiles with nuclear warheads capable of
destroying Israel. A trained physicist, Ben-Zev
confirms that such missiles are ready for launch in
an underground facility that cannot be bombed
from the air.
The prime minister of Israel, David Abulafia, confers with key ministers and authorizes a commando raid on the Iranian missile facility and the bombing of biological weapon vans in the area. The novel is an account of those operations, which are aided by a general of the Iranian army who is in internal rebellion against the regime.
Ben-Zev's passionate relationship with Andrea is a subplot in the story.
About the Author
A graduate of the Harvard Law School who taught and practices international law, Joe Becker engaged in large transactions in Iran and Israel that are sources for this work of fiction. He is based in New York City and has published widely on legal subjects.
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