Abdul Rasul (Iraqi scientist)
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Abdul Rasul was an Iraqi nuclear engineer and a nuclear scientist. He was the central figure in Iraq's nuclear weapon program and is considered a nuclear weapon technologist. He was the head of Iraq's nuclear program from 1973 until 1981. He was heavily involved in France-Iraq nuclear cooperation deal. During his visit to France, he was poisoned at a Paris lunch by Mossad and died in 1981. Tzipi Livni, Israel's prominent and powerful politician is believed to be involved in his murder. He worked at Osirak, which was a nuclear reactor site reportedly involved in the development of nuclear weapons.
Abdul Rahman Saleh Rasul
|Known for||Head of the Iraq's Nuclear Program|
|Institutions||Osirak Nuclear Reactors|
- Charles Bremner, James Hider, Fran Yeoman (September 20, 2008). "The secret life of Tzipi Livni". The Times. London: timesonline.co.uk. Retrieved 2009-06-04.
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