Intelligence gathered from captured al-Qaida documents and interrogations of captured operatives has provided the U.S. with some specific information about Osama bin Laden’s favored dates for his “American Hiroshima” nuclear attack.

One of the most frequently cited dates is Aug. 6, the anniversary of the U.S. nuclear bombing of Hiroshima. Saturday marks the 60th anniversary of that attack, so this Aug. 6 would have special significance.

Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin, the premium, online intelligence newsletter published by the founder of WND, has a full report on the threat assessment regarding Aug. 6 and other dates known to be favored by al-Qaida.

Get that complete report now and other in-depth coverage of the al-Qaida nuclear terrorist threat by subscribing for as little as $9.95.

Do you need to know what’s really happening in the world – before it’s broadcast on CNN?

Are you a news junkie who can’t get enough of insider developments around the world – particularly involving the Middle East and in the war on terror?

When you’re reading WorldNetDaily, do you ever feel like you wish you could get even more insight, more news and more information about the most significant developments on the international scene?

Then you should consider a subscription to Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin.

Farah is the founder of WorldNetDaily. Over the last 25 years, this journalist has developed sources around the world. And now he uses them to produce what many consider the best online, weekly intelligence newsletter in the world.

G2 Bulletin has been on the cutting edge of intelligence news since it was created just before the war in Iraq. These are just some of the scoops broken first by G2 Bulletin:

  • Russia rearming over North Korea threat
  • Radical Islam’s plan to take over America
  • Temple Mount reopens for Jews
  • 32 European tourists kidnapped in Algeria
  • Terrorists eye model planes for bombs, surveillance
  • Translator shortage for Army in Iraq

Law enforcement, military officials and intelligence operatives around the world subscribe to G2 Bulletin because it is consistently out in front and accurate about events of consequence in the world – particularly concerning the Middle East and the war on terrorism.

G2 Bulletin isn’t for everyone. It’s for the most discerning readers – those who have a need to know. If you’re one, consider subscribing today – now for only $9.95 per month or at the reduce price of $99 a year.

Note: Read our discussion guidelines before commenting.