Tehran closer than believed to production

Iran is close to creating an ultra-sophisticated centrifuge that would dramatically accelerate its ability to produce enriched uranium in half the time of the current intelligence estimates, according to an exclusive report in Joseph Farah's G2 Bulletin.

The intelligence, gathered by Israel's Mossad, has been shared with Britain's MI6 and the U.S.' CIA this past weekend, according to the report by Gordon Thomas. It is causing a major re-evaluation of the timetable necessary to stop Iran's development of nuclear weapons.

There's more breaking exclusively in G2 Bulletin:

Does the U.S. have a viable battle plan to deal with Iran? Washington plans to rely on its advancing military technology to take out Iran's nukes.

Find out why the Pentagon does not believe it needs a ground force to get the job done this time and when the attack is most likely to take place.

Meanwhile, it's not just Iranian nukes worrying U.S. officials. MI6 has confirmed that Osama bin Laden has acquired a small nuclear arsenal of his own.

G2 Bulletin has the scoop � along with the names of the Pakistani scientists who have collaborated with al-Qaida in their maintenance and testing of the small nuclear weapons.

Worse yet, al-Qaida is still planning its dreaded "American Hiroshima" nuclear attack on the United States, according to Hamid Mir, the Pakistani journalist who has met with both bin Laden and Ayman al-Zawahiri.

Mir tells G2 Bulletin he believes it is inevitable that the U.S. will some day be forced to negotiate with the terrorist leader.

Is the battle for Afghanistan over?

Not in the eyes of the Taliban and their al-Qaida allies. In fact, Mullah Omar is planning a major offensive against U.S. forces and, according to bin Laden's biographer, will release a taped message in the coming weeks designed to inspire the faithful.

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