Sunday, May 07, 2006

Has Britain's M16 Obtained Proof of al-Qaeda Nukes?

According to an article in World Net Daily (WND), Britain's secret intelligence service, M16, has identified six Pakistani scientists working in Iran's nuclear bomb program who have been "advising al-Qaida on how to weaponize fissionable materials it has now obtained." Apparently intelligence sources obtained from Joseph Farah's G2 Bulletin believe that the scientists would only have been allowed to assist al-Qaida with the authority of Iran's unpredictable President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

If true, this paints a very grave picture of the current situation in South Asia. Read the latest news stories and speculative information at WND: Britain's MI6 Confirms Bin Laden Nukes

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