A Divine Wind: Taming a Tornado Anticipating a Trillion Dollar Disruptive Technology A Vision of Peace in the Middle East An Allegory (Hardcover)
When Israeli Army Lieutenant Doron ben Avrahim, a U.S. citizen with dual citizenship, travels to Israel to fight terrorists to avenge the death of his parents, he is captured in Iran near the shores of the Caspian Sea. While he is held prisoner, lightning strikes the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem, something that's never occurred before. A storm follows, one that frees Doron from his prison, and the lieutenant-along with Nadina, a traumatized eight-year-old Iranian girl-is taken to safety by an Israeli helicopter. The U.S. military debate: Who or what has directed this storm: Israel or God? Doron assumes Nadina's parents are dead and he and his fianc e decide to raise her, hoping to bring the girl out of the autistic-like state caused by her painful past. But Nadina's mother is alive and intent on rescuing her, as two cousins are secretly plotting to murder the "defiled" girl who's lived in the home of an Israeli. They all share one desire in common: to kill the Israeli Army Lieutenant. Set in the near future, A Divine Wind takes on a largely unexplored subject as Israel attempts to use "weather control" and neuroscience technology to deal with an increasingly bellicose Iran, whose actions are seemingly, inexorably heading the world towards Armageddon. A cyborg, mental telepathic communication, how to tame and turn a tornado; just some of the visionary science to feast on, flavored with a sprinkling of Kabbalah, Jewish mystical wisdom. A seat at the table has been set, awaiting you to dine within the pages of A Divine Wind.