|How safe are we from a nuclear 9/11?
The plans for the devastating nuclear attack on the U.S. have been under development for more than a decade. It is designed as a final deadly blow of defeat to the U.S., which is seen by al-Qaida and its allies as "the Great Satan."
At least half the nuclear weapons in the al-Qaida arsenal were obtained for cash from the Chechen terrorist allies.
The plans for the devastating nuclear attack on the U.S. have been under development for more than a decade. It is designed as a final deadly blow of defeat to the U.S., which is seen by al-Qaida and its allies as "the Great Satan." Here comes into picture Adnan el-Shukrijumah, a key player in this bold plan.
Adnan el-Shukrijumah - the rig leader for the nuclear 9/11
Adnan el-Shukrijumah, a naturalized American citizen, has been singled out by Osama bin Laden and Ayman al-Zawahiri to serve as the field commander for the next attack on U.S. soil – the so called "American Hiroshima" – that would kill millions and bring an end to Western Civilization as we know it.
In the wake of Operation Enduring Freedom (the U.S.-led invasion of Afghanistan), CIA and military intelligence officials discovered the reoccurrence of el-Shukrijumah's name in "pocket litter" – documents and scraps taken from prisoners and dead al-Qaida soldiers. The name did not trigger alarms until Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, al-Qaida's military operations chief, was captured in Karachi, Pakistan March 1, 2003.
After days of interrogation, coupled with severe sleep deprivation, Mohammed told U.S. officials that bin Laden was planning to create a "nuclear hell storm" in America. Unlike other attacks, the terrorist chief said, the chain of command for the nuclear attack answered directly to bin Laden, al-Zawahiri, and a mysterious scientist called "Dr. X." Mohammed later admitted that "Dr. X" was Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan, the Pakistani father of the Islamic bomb and the godfather of modern nuclear proliferation. He further confessed that the field commander for this operation was a naturalized American citizen whom he called "Jafer al-Tayyar" ("Jafer the Pilot").
U.S. officials soon learned that "Jafer the Pilot" was an alias for Adnan el-Shukrijumah and that he and other al-Qaida operatives had been sent to McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, a facility that boasts a five-megawatt nuclear research reactor, the largest reactor of any educational facility in Canada. The mission of the operatives was to acquire training in nuclear technology and steal radioactive material for the construction of dirty nukes.
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