How and when U.S. will hit Iran

British sources say Bush 'significantly closer' to attack

A secret crisis meeting of Britain's military and political chiefs has been told President Bush has moved "significantly closer" to launching attacks on Iran's nine nuclear plants, reports Joseph Farah's G2 Bulletin.

Both Washington and the International Atomic Energy Agency believe the facilities are now "advanced in providing uranium enrichment and plutonium materials which will be used to provide nuclear bombs," according to the report in the premium, online intelligence newsletter published by the founder of WND. The time frame for this to happen "is within three years at the outside," the meeting was told.

The report, authored by intelligence analyst Gordon Thomas reveals the U.S. strategy for the air assault and the capabilities of the Iran defenses. Though no date has been fixed, it is likely for later this year or early in 2007, it says.

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