A terrorist organization “Al-Qaeda” acquired nuclear explosives which can fit in a suitcase.
One explosive is anough to blow up 100 000 people. A number of bombs which remain in possession of terrorists these days is unknown.These devices are not meant for the actual usage, unless the ornization itself will be at risk.
It turns out, Ukrainian nuclear physicists sold the explosives to Arabs. In fact, they would sell them to anyone who is willing to pay good money for such things, reports London’s newspaper “Al-Haiat”.
It is worth mentioning that many factors point out to the existing connection between the former Soviet republic and “Al-Qaeda”. About a year ago, Pravda.Ru reported of a tremendous amount of Islamic religious literature containing propaganda of hatred, war and violence. Earlier, in 2001, information agencies presented official statement of the head of Ukrainian Ministry of International Affairs disputing the country's connection with “Al-Qaeda.” The statement however is still under a big question mark.
The most recent explosion in the Moscow metro is reported to have connections with “Al-Qaeda.”
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