Garyk Ivramovich Gadeyev is an Islamic Chechen with a talent for computers and communications technology. Noticed by Soviet Officials, he is conscripted into the Soviet Army for special training to modernise its satellite communications and missile launch capabilities. The 1994 invasion of Checnya ends his close ties to Russia. He joins an Islamic mystical sect, which leads to his personal jihad -- a mission to steal a nuclear warhead and strike a blow at the heart of the Russian Federation. This book shows insight into life as an ethnic Moslem living in the Soviet Union. Readers will take part in mystical ceremonies that rekindle the flame of Chechen patriotism. A sweeping sage that unfolds across the vast territory of Russia into Kazakhstan and Chechnya; Experience the desperation of trying to stop a Chechen mystic before he can annihilate St. Petersberg.O'Neill, Peter is the author of 'Grey Wolves Howling A Novel of Chechnya' with ISBN 9781885003584 and ISBN 1885003587.
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