Computer master Mohammed Merishazadeh conquered Stuxnet. Then, a ruthless Revolutionary Guards general promotes him to supervise the supercomputer belonging to their most powerful and secret unit, the Ettelaat intelligence division. Mohammed's real name is Josef Khawaja Khinno. He is a Mossad mole. He sends a message to his controller: "Despite Iran's new president and his "charm offensive", the Revolutionary Guards continue nuclear processing in secret and will complete three atomic bombs in nine months." Israel and Iranian Kurdistan urgently craft a plan. They have key unknown military advantages: A satellite weapon of enormous power and Farsi speaking commandos from both groups ready to do anything necessary. The catch? Josef must secretly program the massive system but leave no trace. It's a critical component for a desperate raid on Fordo, the heart of Iran's nuclear program. IDF Captain David Abraham and his female Kurdish co-commander Nasrin entrust their lives to Josef's skills. The combined task: Completely eradicate Iran's atomic program including Isfahan, Natanz, Parchin and Arak. From the horn of Africa to Azerbaijan to a war of nerves in the Persian Gulf, absolutely nothing can point back to Israel or the Kurds. The incredible 40+ pictures and maps show how the mission can only succeed with No Fingerprints.Über den Autor:
Mark Garbin earned Bachelor and Masters degrees from The George Washington University where he also taught political science. He is a well-published author on the subjects of risk management and corporate governance. He holds the Chartered Financial Analyst and Professional Risk Manager designations and is a graduate of the Harvard Program on Negotiation. His email address is: Nofingerprints@outlook.com
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