CAN WE LIVE WITH A NUCLEAR IRAN?

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Iran represents a clear and present danger to the free world. You can help by making sure that people are educated about the nature of the Iranian regime and its quest for nuclear capability.

Support the efforts of the Israel Emergency Alliance to educate people of all ages about Iran.

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The first 500 people to make a minimum donation of $18 will receive a complimentary copy of the new e-book thriller by Noah Beck, The Last Israelis.

The Last Israelis is a military and psychological thriller that warns about the dangers of a nuclear Iran. Based on current events and interviews with veterans of the elite and secretive Israeli submarine force, this doomsday novel takes a suspense-filled ride aboard the Dolphin submarine after Iran acquires nuclear weapons. The novel is one ordinary guy's grassroots efforts to build awareness around the world about the threat posed by a nuclear Iran.

For more information about the book, and to read articles written about the novel, please click here.

Acclaim about The Last Israelis

“One part ‘Crimson Tide’ and another part ‘Twelve Angry Men... The final third of the book is some of the fastest paced and most gripping literature I have ever read." - Chris Kruschke, Amazon Vine Voice reviewer

Articles written about The Last Israelis

The Huffington Post
In a Future Nuclear Confrontation, Iran and Israel Would Have No Hotline to Avert Catastrophe
By Alan Elsner

Citizens Magazine
What If Iran Had Nuclear Weapons Tomorrow?
By Max Shaw

NY Blueprint
Doomsday Scenario Explored in Novel "The Last Israelis"
By Alan Zeitlin

Los Angeles Blueprint
Q & A with Noah Beck, Author of “The LastIsraelis”
By Alan Zeitlin

“The Last Israelis” – A Powerful Warning About Iranian Nukes

“The Last Israelis” is a gripping military and psychological thriller based on current events and extensive interviews with veterans of the elite and secretive Israeli submarine force.

The novel was recently published and has already garnered many five-star reviews, including from some of Amazon’s top book critics. Amazon Vine Voice reviewer Chris Kruschke calls it “One part ‘Crimson Tide’ and another part ‘Twelve Angry Men,’” and raves that “the final third of the book is some of the fastest paced and most gripping literature I have ever read.”

The novel begins with the Mossad informing Israel’s Prime Minister that he has only one week left to conduct a military strike on Iran’s nuclear facilities before Iran enters the “zone of immunity.” He must convince his cabinet to authorize a strike and avoid a possible second Holocaust, but first sends the US President an urgent message: “If, in the next 24 hours, you provide me with a written reassurance that the United States will give Iran a firm ultimatum, backed by overwhelming force, requiring the complete and verified dismantling of their nuclear program starting within 48 hours, then I will cancel the strike.” But hours later, a tumor in the Israeli leader’s brain stem leaves him in a coma, and Iran ultimately gets its nuclear weapon.

Depicting the doomsday scenario that follows, the story takes a suspense-filled ride aboard the Dolphin submarine. The mightiest vessel in the Israeli Navy, the Dolphin is armed with nuclear-tipped ballistic missiles that are Israel’s “second-strike” answer to the existential threat posed by a nuclear Iran. Daniel, captain of the Dolphin, is abruptly ordered to cut his military drill short and bring his crew back to shore. His gut tells him that something ominous awaits, as he and his crew commence a mission that will be one of the most important in world history. “The Last Israelis” is full of surprises and unpredictable twists. In his five-star review, David Edmiston, another Amazon Vine Voice reviewer, calls the book a “spectacular account,” noting that the “story plays out as well as any Tom Clancy novel."

The book has enough naval action to qualify as a geopolitical page-turner about a Middle East Armageddon, but it also entertains as a psychological thriller. The cramped submarine provides a kind of social experiment that is more intense and compelling than any reality show: 35 men from completely diverse backgrounds who must survive or die together under regular and sometimes life-threatening challenges. The Dolphin's crew represents a microcosm of Israeli society: descendants of Holocaust survivors, a Christian Arab, the son of Persian Jews who escaped from the 1979 Iranian revolution, an Arabic-speaking Druze, an Ethiopian who crossed Sudan by foot as a child to reach Israel, religious Jews who serve on a mostly secular crew, the atheist son of a Soviet Refusenik, a submariner who holds staunchly right-wing views and another who secretly attends leftist rallies, and even the son of Vietnamese refugee boat-people saved by Israel in 1977. How does everyone get along through the relentless pressures of submarine life, various threats at sea, and an unthinkable dilemma placed before the group of 35 men?

Added to the cauldron of complexity are the rivalry and suspicion between the captain and his deputy, and the fact that one of the submariners suffered a tragic horror as a child and quietly lives with the emotional scars – psychological wounds that will explode unpredictably.

Secondary to the main drama, many of the crew members’ loved ones highlight the best of Israel with their contributions to alternative energy, agriculture, medicine, humanitarian aid, and high-tech.

If you are concerned about Iran’s nuclear program, support this book to raise awareness about the issue (and to enjoy a very entertaining read!).


 
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