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The Bomb in My Garden: The Secrets of Saddam’s Nuclear Mastermind

History


by
Mahdi Obeidi and Kurt Pitzer

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 256 pages

File size: 585 KB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

Acclaim for the Bomb in My Garden

“This one book will tell you more about Iraq’s quest for weapons of mass destruction than all U.S. intelligence on the subject. It is a fascinating and rare glimpse inside Saddam Hussein’s Iraq?and inside a tyrant’s mind.”

?Fareed Zakaria, author of The Future of Freedom

“The Bomb in My Garden is important and utterly gripping. The old cliche is true?you start reading, and you don’t want to stop. Mahdi Obeidi’s story makes clear how hard Saddam Hussein tried to develop a nuclear weapon, and the reasons he fell short. It is also unforgettable as a picture of how honorable people tried to cope with a despot’s demands. I enthusiastically recommend this book.”

?James Fallows, National Correspondent, The Atlantic Monthly

“One of the three or four accounts that anyone remotely interested in the Iraq debate will simply have to read. Apart from its insight into the workings of the Saddam nuclear project, it provides a haunting account of the atmosphere of sheer evil that permeated every crevice of Iraqi life under the old regime.”

?christopher hitchens, Slate

“Mahdi Obeidi describes in jaw-dropping detail how Iraq acquired the means to produce highly enriched uranium, the key ingredient to building a nuclear weapon, by the eve of the first Gulf War. . . . [His book] offers insights into how a determined dictator, backed by sufficient resources, can come within reach of acquiring the world’s most horrific weapons.”

?The Washington Post BookWorld

Acclaim for the Bomb in My Garden

“This one book will tell you more about Iraq’s quest for weapons of mass destruction than all U.S. intelligence on the subject. It is a fascinating and rare glimpse inside Saddam Hussein’s Iraq?and inside a tyrant’s mind.”

?Fareed Zakaria, author of The Future of Freedom

“The Bomb in My Garden is important and utterly gripping. The old cliche is true?you start reading, and you don’t want to stop. Mahdi Obeidi’s story makes clear… (more)

Acclaim for the Bomb in My Garden

“This one book will tell you more about Iraq’s quest for weapons of mass destruction than all U.S. intelligence on the subject. It is a fascinating and rare glimpse inside Saddam Hussein’s Iraq?and inside a tyrant’s mind.”

?Fareed Zakaria, author of The Future of Freedom

“The Bomb in My Garden is important and utterly gripping. The old cliche is true?you start reading, and you don’t want to stop. Mahdi Obeidi’s story makes clear how hard Saddam Hussein tried to develop a nuclear weapon, and the reasons he fell short. It is also unforgettable as a picture of how honorable people tried to cope with a despot’s demands. I enthusiastically recommend this book.”

?James Fallows, National Correspondent, The Atlantic Monthly

“One of the three or four accounts that anyone remotely interested in the Iraq debate will simply have to read. Apart from its insight into the workings of the Saddam nuclear project, it provides a haunting account of the atmosphere of sheer evil that permeated every crevice of Iraqi life under the old regime.”

?christopher hitchens, Slate

“Mahdi Obeidi describes in jaw-dropping detail how Iraq acquired the means to produce highly enriched uranium, the key ingredient to building a nuclear weapon, by the eve of the first Gulf War. . . . [His book] offers insights into how a determined dictator, backed by sufficient resources, can come within reach of acquiring the world’s most horrific weapons.”

?The Washington Post BookWorld

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