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    Exclusive""": Nuclear Paradigm Intel

    Photo by Gerald, copyright 2008

    Exclusive: Nuclear Paradigm Intel
    By Gerald:
    Internet Anthropologist Think Tank
    Sept 13, 08

    Internet Anthropologist Think Tank has doubts about Zawahir's rant against Iran.

    Paradigm Intel suggest a ruse.

    Iran knows the West will not allow them to develop a nuke.
    And Iran does have connections to al Qaeda.

    al Qaeda has developed a new interest in nuclear materials,
    Our Post: Al Qaeda has nuclear ambitions.
    and on Sept 12, 08 our BSU's continue to track al Qaeda research on the
    net about nuclear libraries.

    Nuclear technicians should be wary of terrorist posing as reporters asking
    questions about the deployment of dirty bombs.

    As Iran knows an attack is coming on their nuke facilities, paradigm Intel
    suggest a fall back position where they arm al Qaeda with nuclear materials.

    And Zawahir's rant against Iran distances Iran from any al Qaeda dirty bombs,
    plausible denial.

    Iran's suicidal bent stems from the desire to bring on the 13 Imam.

    Iran will push the button.

    Other intel fits the paradigm:

    Iran diverts UF6 uranium from Isfahan to boost covert military nuclear project

    DEBKAfile Special Report

    September 12, 2008, 9:01 PM (GMT+02:00)

    Missing from Isfahan: 50-60 tons of uranium

    Missing from Isfahan: 50-60 tons of uranium

    Nuclear watchdog experts have found 50-60 tons of uranium, enough to produce five or six nuclear bombs, missing from Iran’s main nuclear production facility at Isfahan. The disappearance was discovered at the final stage of the production process, where UF6, uranium in gas form is stored, by the only CCTV Iran allowed the International Atomic Energy Agency to install at Isfahan.

    US satellites have also identified a number of suspicious sites, not declared to UN inspectors.


    USA's policy against the Taliban and al Qaeda is working.
    Attriting top level C2 forces is working. Forcing leadership
    down into second and third level cadre, Weakens command and control
    hurts morale, and increases the probability of unsucessfull operations.
    Paradigm suggest the faster they hit terrorist leaders the lower probability of
    a dirty bomb attack.

    Exclusive Translation: Intercepted Letters from al-Qaeda Leaders Shed Light on State of Network in Iraq

    By Daveed Gartenstein-Ross

    Yesterday, Center for Terrorism Research (CTR) adjunct fellow Bill Roggio posted an important report at the Long War Journal. He noted that a series of letters intercepted by Multinational Forces-Iraq—letters that chronicle the communications between al-Qaeda deputy leader Ayman al-Zawahiri, al-Qaeda in Iraq leader Abu Ayyub al-Masri, and Islamic State of Iraq leader Abu Omar al-Baghdadi—sheds light on how “Al Qaeda’s senior leadership has lost confidence in its commander in Iraq and views the situation in the country as dire.” These communications highlight divisions in the organization, the failures in its leadership, and problems with communications and propaganda efforts.

    Today the Center for Terrorism Research provides an exclusive translation of these important documents, courtesy of CTR research fellow Tony Badran. We believe that this translation constitutes an important primary document for understanding the current state of the al-Qaeda network inside Iraq. To see the translation, click here.

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