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"Michael Scheuer, who once headed the CIA's bin Laden unit, says bin Laden has been given permission by a young cleric in Saudi Arabia authorizing al Qaeda to "use nuclear weapons against the United States ... capping the casualties at 10 million.""
Michael Scheuer, who once headed the CIA's bin Laden unit, says bin Laden has been given permission by a young cleric in Saudi Arabia authorizing al Qaeda to "use nuclear weapons against the United States ... capping the casualties at 10 million."
Originally posted by Ox
How do they get this information? Where do they get it?
Originally posted by Skadi_the_Evil_Elf
Well, for starters Id like some decent proof that Bin laden is still alive, and that this isn't another fabricated reminder of this invisible boogeyman.
Originally posted by jtma508
This CNN story talks about how Bin Laden has gotten the OK from a Saudi cleric to kill up to 10M Americans with a nuke attack:
Originally posted by MischeviousElf
well who knows eh thats the problem with this situation there are groups countries out there who want to do this for various fundemntalist reasons, however it seems that also groups people within the US and Europe want this too for various fundementalist reasons, its difficult to tell who the real enemy is, but thats what they all want.
It would be very simple to kill 10m people with a single superpower nuke, much more simple than you believe.... London, washington New York mexico city any one of these places with one single nuke at the right megaton range would do it easily if taking into account the aftereffects too, keep it real kids are still being born in Nagasaki with mutated limbs.
Originally posted by Mdv2
Amampour's two hours during documentary, including interviews with his brother in law etc. will be on CNN International coming Thursday.
If I remember correctly at 12 or 1 pm CET. www.cnn.com...
[edit on 22-8-2006 by Mdv2]