The Last Days (#02 in The Last Jihad Series)
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Osama bin Laden is dead. Saddam's regime is buried. Baghdad lies in ruins. Now the eyes of the world are on Jon Bennett and Erin McCoy, two senior White House advisors, as they arrive in the Middle East to offer a historic Arab-Israeli peace plan and the American president's new vision of freedom and democracy. But in the shadows lie men whose hearts are filled with evil - men for whom the prospects of peace go against everything they believe. And soon, one terrifying scheme after another begins to unfold:
An Iranian plot to send suicide bombers into the U.S. through Mexico
A Palestinian plot to assassinate the prime minister of Israel
A Jewish plot to blow up the Dome of the Rock.
As Jon and Erin face a battle for control of Jerusalem, a battle for control of the Holy Land, and an Iraqi plan to rebuild ancient Babylon, they can't help but wonder: Are such signs evidence that they are living in the last days before the return of Christ?
With over 400,000 copies in print, this "New York Times" best-seller opens with White House advisors Jon Bennett and Erin McCoy heading into Gaza when their convoy is attacked by a massive explosion. Soon, Yassir Arafat is dead, Islamic radicals are trying to take over the West Bank and Gaza, Iraqi terrorists are targeting Americans, and Bennett begins to wonder if he is witnessing signs of the last days before the return of Christ. Since "The Last Days" was first published, Arafat has died and Hamas has taken over the Palestinian Authority.
Joel C. Rosenberg is a New York Times bestselling author with more than 2.5 million copies in print. An evangelical Christian, he is the cofounder and president of the Joshua Fund, providing humanitarian relief in Israel. As a communications strategist based in Washington, D.C., he has served as a senior advisor on two U.S. presidential campaigns and an aide to some of the world's most influential leaders in politics, business, and the media. A front-page Sunday New York Times profile called him a ?force in the capital.? He has also been profiled by the Washington Times and the Jerusalem Post,C