book is a testimony of an Iraqi nuclear scientist who worked for the Iraqi
Atomic Energy Commission over a period of thirty years. The period covers
the peaceful beginnings of the Iraqi nuclear program, its gradual and
then sudden turn into a weapon program and its final demise and disintegration.
Imad Khadduri elucidates about his educational
background, commitment to the Iraqi nuclear program, involvement in
its various directions and ultimate disengagement and escape from Iraq.
During half a year before the occupation
of Iraq, he embarked on a lonely battle to counter the misinformation
campaign mounted by the United States and Britain and fueled by people
with questionable credibility.
Internet Serialization of the book."
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are you writing a book, your memoirs, about Iraq's nuclear program?"
IMAD KHADDURI has a MSc in Physics from
the University of Michigan (United States) and a PhD in Nuclear Reactor
Technology from the University of Birmingham (United Kingdom). Khadduri
worked with the Iraqi Atomic Energy Commission from 1968 until 1998.
He was able to leave Iraq in late 1998 with his family. He now teaches
and works as a network administrator in Toronto, Canada. He has been
interviewed by the International Atomic Energy Agency, CBC, FOX, ABC,
MSNBC, BBC, CTV, the Toronto Star, Reuters, Democracy Now, Dubai Business
TV Channel, al-Jazeera satellite channel and various other news agencies
in regards to his knowledge of the Iraqi nuclear program.
A CD containing many of Imad Khadduri's
TV and radio interviews, in English and Arabic, may be purchased from
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Iraq's Nuclear Mirage