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Photochor: The Truth About Pakistan's Nuclear Program

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Uploaded on Sep 18, 2008

Pakistanis worship Dr. A.Q.Khan as the father of their country's nuclear program, and the inventor of the "Islamic Bomb".

The international community reviles him for expanding Pakistan's catalog of major exports, which previously consisted of heroin and Islamic terrorism, to include nuclear weapons technology as well.

So what's the truth? Would Dr. A.Q. Khan, whose "research" amounts to photocopying and plagiarising Dutch/German technology, be considered a "scientist" in any other country than Pakistan?

How long can the Pakistan Army and government cover up their primary role in running an international black market which supplied nuclear technology to Iran, Libya and North Korea?

Did Dr. A.Q. Khan's nuclear devices, which Pakistan claimed to have tested at Chagai Hills in 1998, actually work? Or were they duds which had to be replaced by Chinese nuclear bombs for those face-saving tests?

And just what nuclear weapons secrets did the Pakistanis...including Dr. A.Q. Khan, Chaudhry Abdul Majeed and Sultan Bashiruddin Mahmood... sell to international Islamic terrorist groups like Al-Qaeda?

All these questions and more are answered in this deeply penetrating documentary from Channel Phor Productions, Inc.

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