Overview

After decades of suicide bombings, rocket attacks and half-hearted peace talks, Islamic militants are no closer to achieving their stated goal – a sovereign country for the Palestinian people – or their true agenda: the elimination of Israel. Now determined to destroy the Jewish nation, a coalition of Arab and Persian governments has amassed a powerful invasion force. The United States has made it clear that Israel must fight this battle on its own.

Stationed in the region are ...

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Sword of the Covenant

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Overview

After decades of suicide bombings, rocket attacks and half-hearted peace talks, Islamic militants are no closer to achieving their stated goal – a sovereign country for the Palestinian people – or their true agenda: the elimination of Israel. Now determined to destroy the Jewish nation, a coalition of Arab and Persian governments has amassed a powerful invasion force. The United States has made it clear that Israel must fight this battle on its own.

Stationed in the region are U.S. naval aviators aboard an aircraft carrier in the Persian Gulf and Air Force pilots at a NATO base in Turkey who are evangelical Christian believers. Suddenly, the biblical admonition to “pray for the peace of Jerusalem” vaults to the top of these officers’ prayer agenda.

Leaders among both sets of pilots are approached by two high-ranking Pentagon officials with a shocking request: Because the United States lacks the political will to defend Israel, they want the pilots to lead their squadrons on unauthorized airstrikes that could help save the outgunned democracy from annihilation. The urgent task before these Navy and Air Force officers is to determine whether such a rogue mission possibly could be God’s will and, if it is, how can they persuade other pilots to throw away their careers by flying with them.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940032969112
  • Publisher: Mark Andrews
  • Publication date: 1/5/2012
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 728 KB

Meet the Author

Mark Andrews was a newspaper journalist most of his career, spending three years at the Key West Citizen and the next twenty-seven years at the Orlando Sentinel as a reporter and then an editor in various capacities. Since January 2010, Mark has been Editorial Director of WEALTH magazine. His only other book is Flashbacks: The Story of Central Florida’s Past, a history of the metro Orlando area, which he co-authored in 1994 with newspaper colleague and fellow local-history columnist Jim Robison. Mark and his wife, Jo, live in central Florida.
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