Terrorist attacks against three of the world's largest oil fields in Saudi Arabia, Iran, and Iraq threaten to cripple the fragile global economy. Clues link to a rogue, nuclear-armed country and a radical Sunni group, but not all are convinced they're the perpetrators. Who had something to gain? All roads seem to lead to Israel, where Russia and America are locked in a titanic struggle over Israel's large, and undeveloped oil shale reserves.
Plunge into the heart of the oil conflicts that pit nation against nation in the Middle East and dramatically impact the entire globe. As Russia moves aggressively to seize control of the Baku pipeline, the gigantic oil fields in Saudi Arabia and Iran fail. Then one of the largest natural gas discoveries in the world is made just off Israel's coastline in the Mediterranean. With the Eilat-to-Ashkelon pipeline-- funded by Nazi war reparations--connecting the Red Sea to the Mediterranean, Israel emerges at the center of Middle East conflicts over oil trade routes. Enemies on all sides plot their downfall, and the U.S. is caught in the middle.
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