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Lahori paa jee
22 Aug 06,, 21:35
Pioneer of Pakistanís nuclear programme Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan on Tuesday was diagnosed with prostate cancer, reports said.

The cancer was detected during a routine medical test in early August and confirmed by a detailed examination at the Khan Research Laboratory hospital near Islamabad, the statement said.

"The results have unfortunately indicated adino-carcinoma (cancer) of prostate. Further investigations are being conducted by a board of doctors," it said.

http://geo.tv/geonews/details.asp?id=128276

This is just as i predicted. He was being killed slowly.

Could this be a move to divert attention from No confidence motion against PM, irregularities in PSM privatization or Hudood ordinance

Lunatock
22 Aug 06,, 21:36
Which terrorist seeking nukes found the lump on his junk?

Jay
22 Aug 06,, 21:38
Yep this was expected. Using his black market tactics he should write a book and smuggle it outside of Pakistan so that we know who the real culprits are.

Lahori paa jee
22 Aug 06,, 21:38
Hmmm im curious too

Lahori paa jee
22 Aug 06,, 21:40
Yep this was expected. Using his black market tactics he should write a book and smuggle it outside of Pakistan so that we know who the real culprits are.


Ahh i wish he had the freedom to do that. But he is under such strict guard in his house that we should not expect anything from him

Ray
22 Aug 06,, 21:41
Lahori,

You maybe correct.

A neat way to get rid of an embarrassment. He knows too much for too many people to accept! ;)

A hero one day and got rid of the next day!

Aurangzeb re-enacted!

Lahori paa jee
22 Aug 06,, 21:43
He is already above 75 and its a matter of days now

Ray
22 Aug 06,, 21:45
I wonder if they will give him a State funeral!

Neo
22 Aug 06,, 21:52
This is just as i predicted. He was being killed slowly.

Could this be a move to divert attention from No confidence motion against PM, irregularities in PSM privatization or Hudood ordinance

Come on Paa Jee, the guy is over 70 and cancer runs in the family.
Do you have any proof to support your claim?

Lahori paa jee
22 Aug 06,, 22:01
Come on Paa Jee, the guy is over 70 and cancer runs in the family.
Do you have any proof to support your claim?

Neo!!!! Cancer is not a hereditary disease

Btw there was a report from one of AQ's close friends that he is being killed slowly. I do have other sources very who have repeatedly been telling us the same thing

Neo
22 Aug 06,, 22:08
If ISI is behind it, we'll never know the truth.
Again, the guy is old and sick for long time. If prostate cancer doesn't get him earlier he'll die soon anyway.

He's not immortal.

Neo
22 Aug 06,, 22:11
The Associated Press

August 22, 2006

Disgraced Pakistani nuclear scientist Abdul Qadeer Khan, who confessed to leaking sensitive nuclear technology to Iran, North Korea and Libya, is battling prostate cancer, the government said Tuesday.

Khan, 70, a leader in the program that built the Muslim world's first nuclear bomb, was diagnosed with cancer earlier this month following a routine examination, according to a Ministry of Information statement.

'The government of Pakistan would like to hold out an assurance that the best specialist medical care is being provided to Dr A.Q. Khan in consultation with his family and personal doctors,' the statement said.

Khan has lived under virtual house arrest in Islamabad since he confessed in early 2004 to leaking sensitive nuclear technology to Iran, North Korea and Libya.

He is still regarded as a national hero by many Pakistanis because of his role in developing the country's nuclear deterrent to rival that of its larger neighbor India. Khan was pardoned by Pakistani President Gen. Pervez Musharraf.

Pakistan launched a formal investigation in 2003 after the International Atomic Energy Agency, the U.N. nuclear watchdog, wrote a letter to Pakistan saying that Khan was involved in leaking technology to other countries.

It emerged that Khan operated an international black market in weapons technology and know-how. Pakistan's government maintains that it was not aware of his dealings, but has repeatedly refused to allow the IAEA to question him.

texasjohn
22 Aug 06,, 22:24
Lahori,

You maybe correct.

A neat way to get rid of an embarrassment. He knows too much for too many people to accept! ;)

A hero one day and got rid of the next day!

Aurangzeb re-enacted!

I have heard rumblings that his daughter who is overseas has " sensitive documents" to be released in case he has a "ahem" accident. This is a cleaner way to do it!!