Abdul Qadeer Khan, who was called the ‘Father of the Atomic Bomb of Pakistan’, died on Sunday in a hospital in Islamabad after illness. He was 85 years old.
Jerusalem: An Israeli investigative journalist has said that if Pakistan’s nuclear scientist Abdul Qadeer Khan’s true intentions had been known at the right time, former Mossad chief Shabtai Shavit would have been able to kill him. Send the team In an article in the Haarez newspaper, Yossi Melman wrote that Khan provided bombs to Pakistan, stole and sold confidential nuclear information.
Many revelations made in the article
In an article titled ‘How Pakistans a Q Khan, Father of the ‘Muslim Bomb’, Escaped Mossad Assassination’, Mailman wrote that the Mossad took cognizance of Khan’s many visits to the Middle East, but his efforts to build a suspicious network were well-founded. Could not recognize. He wrote, ‘Abdul Qadeer Khan took advantage of a dubious Global Nuclear Extension Network, helped Iran become nuclear power, helped Libyan ruler Muammad Qazzafi’s reactor aspirations and yet died a natural death and he He was not killed by the Israeli spy agency Mossad.
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He said, “The Mossad chief Shabtai Shavitane told that if he and his colleagues could ascertain Khan’s motives accurately, he would have thought of sending a Mossad team to kill Khan and thus at least Would have changed history in the context of less Israel-Iran relations. Israel sees Iran’s nuclear program as a current threat and has vowed to thwart Iran’s nuclear ambitions. According to the author, ‘Khan was considered a national hero of Pakistan, who recently died at the age of 85 due to Kovid-19.’