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Norman Dombey: Saddam’s Nuclear Incapability, 17 October 2002

Iraq’s Weapons of Mass Destruction: A Net Assessment 
IISS, 104 pp., £40, September 2002Show More
Saddam’s Bombmaker: The Daring Escape of the Man who Built Iraq’s Secret Weapon 
by Khidhir Hamza and Jeff Stein.
Touchstone, 342 pp., £10, April 2002, 0 7432 1135 9
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Iraq’s Weapons of Mass Destruction: The Assessment of the British Government 
Stationery Office, 53 pp., September 2002Show More
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... facility in Iraq. Of course he couldn’t. It is too complex for Iraqi science or technology. Khidhir Hamza, June 2002 There may be good reasons for going to war with Iraq but Iraq’s nuclear programme isn’t one of them. US Government official, 1990 So here we go again. In October 1991, following the Gulf War, early inspections by the ...

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Norman Dombey: False Intelligence, 19 February 2004

... Fifteen months ago in these pages I reviewed a book by Khidhir Hamza, who called himself ‘Saddam’s bombmaker’. At the same time I assessed the now notorious government dossier of September 2002 on Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction, together with the more restrained document published by the International Institute of Strategic Studies ...

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