The Last Jihad featuring Joel Rosenberg
Recorded on December 4, 2002
Looming over the raging debate over the future of Iraq is a
worst case scenario almost too horrible to contemplate: What if
Saddam Hussein goes nuclear?
A hijacked Gulfstream IV business jet, packed with thousands of
pounds of fuel and explosives attacks the presidential motorcade
outside of Denver. The President narrowly escapes with his life,
but the CIA quickly traces the attacks back to Baghdad. With war in
the Middle East imminent, a Wall Street strategist turned senior
White House aide finds himself at the epicenter of a nuclear
showdown between the U.S. and Saddam Hussein….
The Last Jihad lays out a post-9/11 scenario for confronting
terrorism and terrorist regimes. It is the first political thriller
that takes readers behind-the-scenes of a crisis between the U.S.
and Iraq over weapons of mass destruction, the threat posed by
Saddam Hussein, and the catastrophic dangers of waiting too long to
disarm Iraq and bring about "regime change."
"Rosenberg nails it - a provocative, conservative political
thriller that reads like a major Hollywood blockbuster. In the
spirit of Tom Clancy's SUM OF ALL FEARS, Rosenberg's THE LAST JIHAD
absolutely crackles with high energy and a chilling premise -- what
if the war on terror goes nuclear?"
- Rush Limbaugh
Heritage alumnus Joel C. Rosenberg is a writer
and communications strategist who has worked with some of the
world's most influential leaders in business, politics and media,
including Steve Forbes, Rush Limbaugh, Bill Bennett, Natan
Sharansky and Benjamin Netanyahu. Today, he is president of
November Communications, Inc., "helping leaders discover, develop,
and deliver their message" at home and around the globe. He is also
a political columnist for WORLD, the nation's leading conservative
weekly magazine with more than 140,000 paid subscribers.