Countdown to Jihad by jeff westmont

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"Soon, the coming Jihad will drive all infidels from the Holy Land and Islam will once again rule the world."
The chilling words of a dying man send David Harrim, an undercover Jewish-Palestinian CIA operative, on a desperate search to prevent a ruthless plot that will ignite a worldwide Islamic jihad. From Afghanistan to Turkey, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Iran and Israel, he attempts to track down the mysterious terrorist Abdullah with the help of two female agents - one from Israel and the other from Iran.
The trail leads from the largest Wahhabi mosque in Riyadh to a terrorist training camp in Pakistan, back to the Temple Mount in Jerusalem and finally to the Grand Mosque in Mecca. David's efforts are complicated by several competing factions: the mutaween (Saudi religious police), the Israeli Mossad and Iranian intelligence, Palestinian and Islamic terrorists and the ruling Saudi Arabian royal family.
As David draws closer to the truth, he learns that if Abdullah isn't stopped in time, he will start a devastating war between the West and all Muslims. But what David doesn't realize is that he is about to become the final piece in Abdullah's plan.
 

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Published September 16, 2012 by Westwoods Publishing. 344 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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It is never a question of whether the incautious hero of Jeff Westmont’s contemporary political thriller, Countdown to Jihad, will survive his many near-death confrontations, but of what classic mistakes the villain of the moment will make to allow the plucky David Harrim to yet again put off mee...

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