An Iranian native and a journalist who investigates stories for an Israeli newspaper co-wrote The Nuclear Sphinx of Tehran in the first book about the leader of Iran with their unflinching description of the false promises that allowed Ahmadinejad to take power. His unceasing ramp-up of nuclear research is in direct conflict with his pre-election promises of working out the problems of his people. Readers who are familiar with history cannot help but see the similarities between his rise to power with the rise of the scourge of the twentieth century, Adolf Hitler.
The inability of the regular people of Iran to access any information from any source but those backed by Admadinejad holds them captive to the unrelenting hatred he espouses. The Iranian civilians will be just as much victims of his megalomaniacal pursuit of death and destruction as the Israelis he hopes to eliminate.
Hopefully this book will not be overlooked as much as Herr Hitlerís Mein Kampf was. Melan and Javedanfar have done the world a great service in bringing the truth to the masses, at least to those who read it.