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March, 2015. Whisked off in the middle of the night by a chopper taking him to a secure underground command center in Tel Aviv, Israeli Prime Minister Dov Dvir is brought up to speed on the greatest crisis ever faced by Israel. An email message sent by a Mossad agent, who has access to the highest echelons of the Iranian regime, warns that an Iranian nuclear strike against March, 2015. Whisked off in the middle of the night by a chopper taking him to a secure underground command center in Tel Aviv, Israeli Prime Minister Dov Dvir is brought up to speed on the greatest crisis ever faced by Israel. An email message sent by a Mossad agent, who has access to the highest echelons of the Iranian regime, warns that an Iranian nuclear strike against Israel will take place within forty eight hours, as a direct result of a coup by elite Iranian military units. When the Ayatollahs –fortified in a bunker in the holy city of Qom – realize that all is lost, they will launch their nuclear warheads at Israel. Meanwhile, Sharon Parker, America’s first female President, faces the ultimate foreign policy acid test, as she strives to carve an historic impression as the leader of the free world while determining the United States’ best course of action in a crisis unequaled in magnitude to any since the the Cuban Missile Crisis. The Israeli leadership faces hard questions: should they launch a counter-strike against Iran based solely on the word of a solitary agent they’d recruited years before? Will the United States stand with Israel in taking action? Can the Iranian missile launch be stopped? Is it possible to shoot down the Iranian missiles once they’ve been launched? Should the Israeli public be alerted of the imminent danger at the risk of causing mass hysteria? The central characters are thrust, practically against their will, into the brewing crisis: Arnon, a former commander of an elite Israeli commando unit, who left the military after three of his men were killed in a training exercise; Kramer, the man who recruited the Iranian agent for Israel and later quit the Mossad out of sheer frustration, is now, years later, called back in for duty; Morteza, an Iranian student recruited by the Israeli Mossad years earlier, is now in charge of the computer systems for the Iranian nuclear program; Hagar, a carefree young woman, who falls in love with a nameless recluse camping in seclusion on a desert cliff top near the Dead Sea; Shai, the leader of an Israeli commando unit, who is sent on a nearly hopeless mission deep in the heart of Iran –as the clock ticks down to zero. Shabtai Shoval, author of The Chosen One, spent years as a writer of political and security scenarios for the Israeli Defense Forces. In this novel, he brings to bear the extensive knowledge he has accumulated in order to place the reader within an horrific scenario; one, which considering the progress of Iran’s nuclear weapons program, could very well become a reality in our not so distant future. Shoval served in an elite covert combat unit; worked with the intelligence community; was a staffer in the Israeli Embassy in Washington D.C.; and served as advisor to the office of the Prime Minister. In the business world, Shoval was President of the Israeli Cable TV Association; a Vice President of Telrad Holdings, a Telecom investment company; and a division head at Comverse Inc. Today he is the owner of a high-tech company which focuses on security and law-enforcement solutions.


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March, 2015. Whisked off in the middle of the night by a chopper taking him to a secure underground command center in Tel Aviv, Israeli Prime Minister Dov Dvir is brought up to speed on the greatest crisis ever faced by Israel. An email message sent by a Mossad agent, who has access to the highest echelons of the Iranian regime, warns that an Iranian nuclear strike against March, 2015. Whisked off in the middle of the night by a chopper taking him to a secure underground command center in Tel Aviv, Israeli Prime Minister Dov Dvir is brought up to speed on the greatest crisis ever faced by Israel. An email message sent by a Mossad agent, who has access to the highest echelons of the Iranian regime, warns that an Iranian nuclear strike against Israel will take place within forty eight hours, as a direct result of a coup by elite Iranian military units. When the Ayatollahs –fortified in a bunker in the holy city of Qom – realize that all is lost, they will launch their nuclear warheads at Israel. Meanwhile, Sharon Parker, America’s first female President, faces the ultimate foreign policy acid test, as she strives to carve an historic impression as the leader of the free world while determining the United States’ best course of action in a crisis unequaled in magnitude to any since the the Cuban Missile Crisis. The Israeli leadership faces hard questions: should they launch a counter-strike against Iran based solely on the word of a solitary agent they’d recruited years before? Will the United States stand with Israel in taking action? Can the Iranian missile launch be stopped? Is it possible to shoot down the Iranian missiles once they’ve been launched? Should the Israeli public be alerted of the imminent danger at the risk of causing mass hysteria? The central characters are thrust, practically against their will, into the brewing crisis: Arnon, a former commander of an elite Israeli commando unit, who left the military after three of his men were killed in a training exercise; Kramer, the man who recruited the Iranian agent for Israel and later quit the Mossad out of sheer frustration, is now, years later, called back in for duty; Morteza, an Iranian student recruited by the Israeli Mossad years earlier, is now in charge of the computer systems for the Iranian nuclear program; Hagar, a carefree young woman, who falls in love with a nameless recluse camping in seclusion on a desert cliff top near the Dead Sea; Shai, the leader of an Israeli commando unit, who is sent on a nearly hopeless mission deep in the heart of Iran –as the clock ticks down to zero. Shabtai Shoval, author of The Chosen One, spent years as a writer of political and security scenarios for the Israeli Defense Forces. In this novel, he brings to bear the extensive knowledge he has accumulated in order to place the reader within an horrific scenario; one, which considering the progress of Iran’s nuclear weapons program, could very well become a reality in our not so distant future. Shoval served in an elite covert combat unit; worked with the intelligence community; was a staffer in the Israeli Embassy in Washington D.C.; and served as advisor to the office of the Prime Minister. In the business world, Shoval was President of the Israeli Cable TV Association; a Vice President of Telrad Holdings, a Telecom investment company; and a division head at Comverse Inc. Today he is the owner of a high-tech company which focuses on security and law-enforcement solutions.

48 review for The Chosen One - The Mossad in Iran

  1. 5 out of 5

    Patricia

    The Mossad recruits an Iranian student to spy on the nuclear facility, but as the story unfolds the question is "who recruited who?" The Mossad recruits an Iranian student to spy on the nuclear facility, but as the story unfolds the question is "who recruited who?"

  2. 4 out of 5

    John Sindzinski Jr

    So so Not great not bad Some diversions were less then interesting and the plot was kinda far fetched I’ve read worse and better

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    Patricia Morris

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    Meshack Bikho

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. i need to read

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