A. Q Khan's Wife Responds to Musharraf Charges...

Hendrina Khan on the Pakistani Government's Role
Spiegel Online, august 11, 2008

In an account published in SPIEGEL, the wife of Pakistan's A.Q. Khan -- the man accused of running a global nuclear weapons bazaar -- alleges that Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf lied about her husband's role in the country's nuclear program. She says her husband was pressured to make a false confession and that he only carried out government orders.

He did everything he could to achieve his goal and to create a nuclear bomb for Pakistan. He worked 12 to 15 hours a day, seven days a week. He traveled and was out of the country for a total of about five months a year. It didn't come easily and that makes it so sad to see the way he is being treated today, with a character assassination campaign being conducted against him.

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