WASHINGTON – When U.S. News broke a story the day before Christmas about radiation detection efforts taking place in the capital of the United States, most of the attention such a startling development might have received was diverted by the timing and the emphasis on whether such monitoring might in some way violate civil rights.

But the real story is that a massive government operation is under way to find terrorist nuclear weapons within North America in an effort to thwart a decade-long plot by al-Qaida to kill millions of Americans – the so-called “American Hiroshima” plan.

Read all the details of developments across the U.S. and around the world in the hunt for terrorist nuclear weapons in the latest issue of Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin – the premium, online, intelligence newsletter that first broke the story of the “American Hiroshima” plot.

Also, in the current issue of G2 Bulletin, find out the latest on extradition efforts by the U.S. for a Canadian citizen suspected of aiding al-Qaida, how Iran feels threatened by a crisis with its Kurdish population, how Italy is preparing for security at the Turin Olympics and more.

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