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Al-Qaida seeking tools for nuclear 9/11
« on: January 19, 2010, 08:09:02 PM »
http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=122398


LONDON – Agents for Britain's MI6 Secret Intelligence Service say they are "certain" al-Qaida is poised to try and grab some of the 80 nuclear weapons that Pakistan possesses, according to a report from Joseph Farah's G2 Bulletin.

The al-Qaida leadership – Osama bin Laden and Ayman a-Zawahri – are believed to have spent the winter months in Pakistan's Tribal Areas finalizing their plans for an attack.

It will spearhead al-Qaida's global network and its capability to carry out a wide range of terrorist onslaughts.

The MI6 analysis is based on what the agency calls "al-Qaida's zone of terrorism." It includes the Afghan Taliban, the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan in East Turkistan and al-Shabaab in Somalia. In the Sahara region al-Qaida has reformed Islamic Magreb (AQIM) which has grown out of Algerian resistance movement.

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But nothing poses more of a threat than al-Qaida's plan to steal Pakistan’s nuclear weapons.

Keep in touch with the most important breaking news stories about critical developments around the globe with Joseph Farah's G2 Bulletin, the premium, online intelligence news source edited and published by the founder of WND.

MI6 agents in Pakistan say there is mounting evidence "the leadership is thinking of a nuclear 9/11 and are approaching it in increasingly professional ways."

Nuclear experts have told the Secret Intelligence Service that the biggest fear is of "an inside job."

One analyst said, "There are up to 12,000 people in Pakistan with some kind of role which brings them into nuclear facilities, whether as part of a team of scientists or working in security."

Professor Shaun Gregory, director of the Pakistan security research center at Bradford University in England, has tracked a number of attempted security breaches in the past four years at Pakistan's nuclear facilities.

Past attacks have included a suicide bomber striking Kamra where Pakistan Air Force F-16 jet aircraft are stationed with nuclear bombs. Another attack was against a nuclear weapons complex in Punjab where a nuclear warhead assembly plant is based
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Re: Al-Qaida seeking tools for nuclear 9/11
« Reply #1 on: January 19, 2010, 11:21:37 PM »
Holy crap, out of 12,000 people that are associated with these facilities, can you imagine how many are with Al-qaida? Yikes! And if they involved in security, that is like the fox watching the hen house!
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Re: Al-Qaida seeking tools for nuclear 9/11
« Reply #2 on: January 20, 2010, 07:10:11 PM »
Holy crap, out of 12,000 people that are associated with these facilities, can you imagine how many are with Al-qaida? Yikes! And if they involved in security, that is like the fox watching the hen house!


..........or if they are involved with Iranians who are trying to get nuclear material....Israel would definitely be first on the list of targets.