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IRAQI NUKE SCIENTIST TELLS ALL (No program since '91) (english)
22 Oct 2003
Dissatisfied with vague reports on the Iraqi nuke program (like David Kay's?) Then read this report: everything you ever wanted to know about the Iraqi nuke program and what politicians are afraid you'll find out.
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Dissatisfied with vague reports on the Iraqi nuke program (like David Kay's?) Then read this report: everything you ever wanted to know about the Iraqi nuke program and what politicians are afraid you'll find out.
Story series is at http://www.etherzone.com
The debate over Iraq’s nuclear capabilities and whether or not they were a serious threat to the US, has polarized the world, and American politics. The central issue at stake is whether or not war on Iraq was justified and whether or not the American people were lied to. While biological and chemical weapons were also at issue, Bush administration officials presented the distinctly alarming specter of an imminent nuclear threat, which could arrive in the form of a "mushroom cloud" if America hesitated to take action.

Dr. Imad Khadduri was a top scientist involved in Iraq's nuclear program from 1968 until the end of 1998, when he was able to escape. He now serves as a network administrator in Toronto, Canada. This is his life story, and the story of what really happened inside the Iraqi nuclear program as told by Khadduri and other officials in interviews, and in the advance release of Khadduri’s memoirs, which will be available in American bookstores in December.

(Part 4 and 5 to be published this Thursday and Friday)
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