Weapon of mass destruction used
The Doctor, the Depleted Uranium, and the Dying Children
Basra Children's Cancer Hospital, Iraq
The Most Cancerous Street in Iraq?
Iraq: War's legacy of cancer
Aljazeera Inside Story: Did America use chemical weapons on civillians in Iraq
White Christian genocide of Middle Eastern Muslims.
An Aljazeera documentary detailing the U.S armies use of U.N banned weapons in Iraq including white phosphorus and depleted uranium rounds. The damage caused by these weapons exceeds that of the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki and there are places in Iraq which will remain radioactive forever. Birth defects such as cancer and mutations are just a few of the hardships the people of Fallujah are forced to endure among the countless civilian casualties.
(Of course there will still be those that deny that that these are acts of white supremacist christians in the midst of committing a genocide for resources, who are so filled with vengeful hatred that they'd commit the most vile disgusting crimes imaginable and use their racist supremacist ideology to justify their crimes. Well, we sincerely hope that all of these monsters are punished and we're not talking about the slaps on the wrist that the rest of these criminals receive when they are exposed, we mean real justice. The same kind of punishment they would receive had they done these crimes in their own country.)
جريمة الفلوجة الجزيرة
فيلم وثائقي بعنوان جريمة الفلوجة يتحدث عن الآثار الكارثية لليورانيوم المنضب المستخدم في القنابل التي ألقتها القوات الأمريكية على الفلوجة سنة 2004 و التي أدت إلى ازدياد حالات الاصابة بالسرطان إلى جانب كثرة المواليد المشوهين
Fallujah Worse Than Hiroshima
Could the U.S. military be responsible for the people of an Iraq city experiencing worse effects than the bombings of both Hiroshima and Nagasaki? A new report claims people from Fallujah are suffering higher rates of cancer, Leukemia, infant mortality, and sexual mutations. Fallujah underwent not one, but two heavy attacks by US troops that used depleted uranium shells, to pierce through targets. Alyona asks, Mina Al Oraibi Chief Editor of Alsharq Alawsat if Iraq feels U.S. had tried to poison them on purpose? Al Oraibi describes the scene on the ground and explains there's no direct evidence but there's a problem of accountability.
Inside Story Americas - Did the US cause Fallujah's birth defects?
New research is under way on the alarming increase in birth defects in the Iraqi city of Fallujah, showing elevated levels of radioactivity in the city and across the country. Iraqi doctors have long reported a spike of cases involving severe birth defects in Fallujah since 2004 which are shocking in their severity. So is the US being honest about the weapons it used in the 2004 battle for the city, and in its other theatres of war? Guests: Ross Caputi, Dai Williams, Raed Jarrar.
اطفال الفسفور الابيض - تحقيق من الفلوجة
Published on Jun 22, 2012