Avoid Terrorist Attacks
Your author has based this book on the advice of a Israeli agent on how to avoid terrorist attacks, which is spelled out in Chapter 1. His advice is generated from having lived in Israel for many years where terrorist attacks are a way of life since they have so many enemies who would love to eliminate Israel from the face of the earth. I am especially sensitive to terrorist attacks, since when I was working on a classified project in Iran during the late 1970's, the colleagues with whom I was working were traveling from the Tehran Hilton Hotel to the project site by automobile. All of the people were attacked and killed by terrorists. I feel lucky to be alive since I was not in the car that day.
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