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Imad Khadduri is an Iraqi nuclear scientist. He was born in Iraq in 1944, the son of a well-known medical doctor.
Last Modified: 16 Feb 2004 11:48 GMT
Dr Imad Khadduri
Imad Khadduri is an Iraqi nuclear scientist. He was born in Iraq in 1944, the son of a well-known medical doctor.

He earned an MSc degree in Physics from the University of Michigan (United States) and a PhD degree in Nuclear Reactor Technology from the University of Birmingham (United Kingdom).

 

Khadduri worked with the Iraqi Atomic Energy Commission from 1968 until 1998. In late 1998 he left Iraq with his family and now teaches and works as a network administrator in Toronto, Canada.

Related Links
www.iraqsnuclearmirage.com

In 2003 he published his book Iraq's Nuclear Mirage in which he put down his full testimony as former Iraqi nuclear scientist.

 

Source:
Aljazeera
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