Weapon of mass destruction used

Basra Children's Cancer Hospital, Iraq

Published on Aug 2, 2012
4Basra was previously a partner of the Aladdin's Magic Lamp Project - a Vienna-based charity that had been supporting the Basra Children's Cancer Hospital in the city of Basra in southern Iraq.
The Aladdin's Magic Lamp Project continues to bring children from the region to Europe for life-saving medical treatment.
Due to the extent of the children's healthcare crisis in Iraq, we initially hoped to mobilise a Campaign for Children's Health in Iraq, co-operating with others inside and outside the country.
But as yet, although others in Iraq, Europe and the US are working to this end, the campaign has not begun.
We subsequently linked up with organisations Living Light International, based in the UK and Preemptive Love Coalition, based in the US, seeking to recruit a small group of doctors and nurses to carry out training and treatment missions to the hospital in Basra.
As yet our efforts have been unsuccessful, but we remain hopeful that in time it will become possible to do this.
 

The Most Cancerous Street in Iraq?

In the southern city of Zubair, in Basra province, there is one street where the neighbours report more cases of cancer than most. The street is close to former government offices that were bombed by US-led forces in 2003. As a result families have been leaving their homes and appealing to local authorities for action.
There is one street in Zubair, a town in the southern Iraqi state of Basra, that nobody wants to live in. Why? Because there are extremely high rates of cancer among its residents. Residents of Court Street, in the Kut area of Zubair, report 20 incidents of cancer among their neighbours. Eight have already died.
“Now people are panicking and some have even left their houses,” the mayor of the Kut area, Mohammed Ghidan Ahmad, told NIQASH.
This is not the first cluster of disease in the province of Basra. In 2012, German news magazine, Der Spiegel, reported on “a study published in September in the Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, a professional journal based in the southwestern German city of Heidelberg” which said that “there was a sevenfold increase in the number of birth defects in Basra between 1994 and 2003. Of 1,000 live births, 23 had birth defects”.

Iraq: War's legacy of cancer

 

Fallujah, Iraq - Contamination from Depleted Uranium (DU) munitions and other military-related pollution is suspected of causing a sharp rises in congenital birth defects, cancer cases, and other illnesses throughout much of Iraq.
Many prominent doctors and scientists contend that DU contamination is also connected to the recent emergence of diseases that were not previously seen in Iraq, such as new illnesses in the kidney, lungs, and liver, as well as total immune system collapse. DU contamination may also be connected to the steep rise in leukaemia, renal, and anaemia cases, especially among children, being reported throughout many Iraqi governorates.
There has also been a dramatic jump in miscarriages and premature births among Iraqi women, particularly in areas where heavy US military operations occurred, such as Fallujah.
Official Iraqi government statistics show that, prior to the outbreak of the First Gulf War in 1991, the rate of cancer cases in Iraq was 40 out of 100,000 people. By 1995, it had increased to 800 out of 100,000 people, and, by 2005, it had doubled to at least 1,600 out of 100,000 people. Current estimates show the increasing trend continuing.
As shocking as these statistics are, due to a lack of adequate documentation, research, and reporting of cases, the actual rate of cancer and other diseases is likely to be much higher than even these figures suggest.

Aljazeera Inside Story: Did America use chemical weapons on civillians in Iraq

Published on Nov 8, 2012

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

Uploaded on Jul 29, 2010

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.


 

اطفال الفسفور الابيض - تحقيق من الفلوجة

Published on Jun 22, 2012