AP - July 18th, 2012 In the biggest terrorist attack since the attacks on the World Trade Center 11 years ago, three Hezbollah operatives under the leadership of Sheik Hassan Nasrallah, used three nuclear suitcase bombs yesterday, in an attack on New York, Washington, and Chicago. With Midtown Manhattan in ashes, the death toll in New York is expected to be around 200,000 while in Chicago and Washington, the death toll is predicted to be around 150,000 each. This is the deadliest attack in world history. The Giuliani Administration is planning for a military response against Hezbollah and Nasrallah, who are based in Syria. With the capture of Osama bin Laden in 2004, Nasrallah emerged on the scene as the world's most wanted terrorist and has commited terrorist acts against American interests in Saudi Arabia in 2007, and in Yemen in 2009, killing dozens of American soldiers. With the successful campaign against al-Qaeda from 2001 until 2008, Hezbollah became the world's largest terrorist group. It is not yet known where Hezbollah obtained the nuclear weapons, yet links suggest that they came from Uday Hussein's Iraq. Iraq has openly supported Hezbollah since the Reagan Administration, but until Hezbollah became an international terrorist group, it did not strike a sense of urgency in American leaders. Before the attacks on September 11th, 2001, Hezbollah was the one terrorist group that killed the most Americans in the world, and after yesterday, it has overwhelmingly retained that title. Iraqi sponsorship of Hezbollah continued even as John Kerry won the 2004 election, only to lose to Rudy Giuliani in 2008. It was known by many leaders that Iraq sponsored Hezbollah, as well as other terrorist groups, and it was believed that Iraq had chemical, biological, and recently nuclear weapons. Uday Hussein stated his regime does not have WMD, although UN inspections in 2002 concluded Iraq violated a 17th resolution. Every member of the UNSC voted that Uday's father, Saddam, who died of age in 2009, had WMD, yet President Bush took no action, and went with the appesement route that his father avoided. Although France, Russia, Germany, Italy, Britain, as well as America, and every other major nation in the UN, including Syria, thought Saddam had WMD and "would have nukes by 2005," according to Germany, no action was taken by Bush. Some suggest that caused him the election against John Kerry who voted for the use of force in 2002. With the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait in 2005, President Kerry opted not to liberate the Kuwaiti people, and with the Iraqi invasion of Saudi Arabia in 2007, the same held true. With Saddam's death, Uday Hussein killed his brother Qusay, in order to take over the nuclear powered Iraq, which sat atop 60% of the world's oil supply. Iraq violated an 18th Resolution in 2005 to get out of Kuwait, a 19th Resolution in 2007 to get out of Saudi Arabia, and a 20th and 21st Resolution about its WMD in 2010 and 2011. Some suggest, Uday Hussein's Iraq, which Human Rights Watch concludes killed over 750,000 Iraqis since 2003, and has used chemical weapons on Kuwait and Saudi Arabia, will be attacked by President Giuliani once Hezbollah bases are attacked in Syria. (To Dems, this couldn't have happened).