A Hiroshima-sized nuclear device smuggled into the U.S. inside a cargo container detonates in California's Port of Long Beach, killing 60,000 people instantaneously, exposing another 150,000 to deadly radiation, touching off massive fires and forcing the evacuation of 6 million panicked people in the Los Angeles basin.
Could it happen?
Top experts say it not only could happen, it is "more likely than not" to occur within the next several years.
Last month the Obama administration admitted that al-Qaida is frantically trying to acquire a nuclear device.
Now Newsmax magazine talks to some of the top experts in the U.S., including interviews with former CIA Director Gen. Michael Hayden and current FBI Director Robert Mueller.
In Newsmax magazine's special report, "Nuclear D-Day," we take an in-depth look at the frightening and ever-growing threat of a nuclear attack orchestrated by terrorists or a rogue state like Iran.
The report was written by New York Times best-selling author and Newsmax Contributing Editor Kenneth R. Timmerman, who was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 2006 for his work exposing Iran's nuclear program.
He warns that a nuclear strike against a high-profile American target remains the No. 1 goal of Islamic terrorists. And when they do strike, the experts say, America almost certainly will be grossly unprepared to handle it.
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This exclusive Newsmax report explores:
- The CIA's startling assessment about al-Qaida's nuclear plan
- Financial markets and more — the grave repercussions of a nuclear blast
- Bin Laden's "religious duty" to obtain a nuclear weapon
- Does Iran already have the bomb?
- Three broad ways terrorists can obtain a nuke
- Obama's "woeful" preparations for biothreats
- Iran's ominous ties with Chavez's Venezuela
- North Korea's growing nuclear capabilities
- A frightening number: 1,562 "confirmed incidents" of nuclear materials smuggling
- The "dirty bomb" threat against American cities
- Former CIA chief Michael Hayden's warning about al-Qaida and WMDs
- Fugitive Adnan Shukrijumah: "the next Mohamed Atta"
- Chilling claim: al-Qaida bought three suitcase bombs
- How Iran could conceal a nuclear test
- Why Obama's nuclear security summit was misguided
- Al-Qaida's attempt to bomb France
- The federal response plan that's called "a joke"
- Cheney: Interrogations prevented attacks after 9/11
- The Nuclear Security Administration's impressive efforts overseas
- How terrorists could build a bomb in the U.S. "from scratch"
- Bipartisan commission: WMD attack by terrorists by 2013
- Three rules for surviving after a nuclear blast
- And more
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