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Natanz: The Final Notice
NATANZ: The Final Notice

  By: Jason Kramer

  Copyright ©: Final Notice Publications, Incorporated, 2012

  ISBN: 9781476288987

  This book is a work of fiction. The names, characters, businesses, organizations and incidents are fictitious. Any similarity to current events, situations, people or places is purely coincidental or a figment of the author’s imagination.

  NATANZ: The Final Notice

  By: Jason Kramer

  To what lengths will the Islamic Republic of Iran go to protect their Nuclear Enrichment Program?

  A private chartered business jet carrying 24 Israeli engineers is intercepted over the Saudi Arabian desert and forced to land at an Iranian military airfield. Who are these engineers and what are the Iranians planning to do with them? How will the Israeli and the American governments respond to this latest attempt by the Iranians to pursue their nuclear ambitions?

  Lt. Colonel Benjamin Raymond of the elite Israeli Defense Force’s Sayeret Maglan Unit has been assigned the job of rescuing these engineers. He and his team of Israeli Special Forces commandos will have to infiltrate deep into enemy territory to the nuclear facility at Natanz, Iran. How will the other Persian Gulf countries in the region respond?

  Will this attempt by the Iranian Supreme National Security Council to protect their nuclear facilities succeed or will this be the Final Notice that will be given to the Iranians?

  Prologue: July 08, 2008

  Iran test-fired nine long- and medium-range missiles during war games that officials said aimed to show the country can retaliate against any U.S. or Israeli attack. The exercise was conducted at the mouth of the Strait of Hormuz, a strategic waterway through which about 40 percent of the world’s oil passes. “Iran’s development of ballistic missiles is a violation of United Nations Security Council resolutions and completely inconsistent with Iran’s obligations to the world,” said White House spokesman Gordon Johndroe.

  Washington Times: July 6, 2010

  The United Arab Emirates ambassador to the United States said Tuesday that the benefits of bombing Iran’s nuclear program outweigh the short term costs such an attack would impose.

  In unusually blunt remarks, Ambassador Yousef al-Otaiba publicly endorsed the use of the military option for countering Iran’s nuclear program, if sanctions fail to stop the country’s quest for nuclear weapons.

  “I think that it is a cost-benefit analysis,” Mr. al-Otaiba said. “I think despite the large amount of trade we do with Iran, which is close to $12 billion…there will be consequences, there will be backlash and there will be problems with people protesting and rioting and very unhappy that there is an outside force attacking a Muslim country; that is going to happen no matter what.”

  “If you are asking me, “Am I willing to live with that versus living with a nuclear Iran? My answer is still the same: ‘We cannot live with a nuclear Iran.’ I am willing to absorb what takes place at the expense of the security of the UAE.”

  Mr. al-Otaiba made his comments in response to a question after a public interview session with The Atlantic magazine at the Aspen Ideas Festival, here. They echo those of some Arab diplomats who have said similar things in private to their American counterparts but never this bluntly in public. 02-02-2012 by Amos Harel

  “Some 200,000 missiles aimed consistently at Israel, top IDF officer says…Head of military intelligence Aviv Kochavi reiterates army estimates that Iran could further enrich that uranium it already has to create 4 atomic bombs.”

  Jehovah God’s message to Joshua before entering the Promise Land

  “Be strong and very courageous. Be careful to obey all the law my servant Moses gave you; do not turn from it to the right or to the left, that you may be successful wherever you go. Keep this Book of the Law always on your lips; meditate on it day and night, so that you may be careful to do everything written in it. Then you will be prosperous and successful. Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged, for the Lord your God will be with you wherever you go.” Joshua 1:7-9; NIV

  Notice: This book is a work of fiction. The names, characters, businesses, organizations, events, places and incidents are fictitious. Any similarity to current events, situations, locations or persons is purely a coincidence or a figment of the author’s imagination.

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