Israel bezieht Uranbomben aus den U.S.A für den Libanon
Die von den USA gelieferten
bunkerbrechenden Waffen, wie die GBU-28, enthalten depleted Uranium.
Damit wird nun im Libanon dieselbe Verseuchung aufgetischt, wie im Irak,
Afghanistan und Kosovo. Diese kleine Zusatzinformation wird natürlich
von den offiziellen Medien wohlweislich verschwiegen. Man kann bei dem
massiven Einsatz dieser Waffen durchaus mit Fug und Recht von Genozid
Welsche Auswirkungen diese Waffen haben,
lässt sich mittlerweile im Irak eruieren. Dort stiegen die Missbildungen
bei Neugeborenen und die Krebsraten dramatisch an.
Angenehmer Nebeneffekt: So kann man seinen
Atommüll BILLIG ENTSORGEN.
Dass eine internationale Ächtung dieser
Waffen immer wieder an den USA scheitert, brauche ich wohl nicht
hinzuzufügen. Die USA lässt selbst internationale Studien der UN zu
diesem Thema nicht zu.
Die israelische Regierung setzt die
eigenen Soldaten, israelische Bewohner in den angrenzenden Gebieten und
natürlich die gesamte Bevölkerung im Libanon einem toxischen und
radioaktiven Gift aus, das im wahrsten Sinne die Lebensgrundlagen auf
Generationen zerstören kann.
Wenn das kein Terror ist.. Was bitte schön
ist dann Terror? Für diese abgrundtiefe Verachtung von Leben fehlen mir
die Worte. Diabolisch, Dämonisch trifft es wohl am ehesten.
Und Deutschland schweigt, denn Deutschland
hat auch noch Atommüll.
Ramsey Clark, früherer Generalstaatsanwalt
der U.S.A. schreibt dazu:
“DU Waffen sind keine konventionellen
Waffen. Sie sind hoch toxische und radioaktive Waffen. Alle
internationalen Gesetze über Kriegsführung versuchen die Gewalt in
Schlachten zu begrenzen und den Gebrauch von besonders grausamen und
ungezielten Waffen konsequent vorzubeugen,… Durch ihre anhaltende
Grausamkeit und die unvorhersehbaren tot bringenden Auswirkungen
verletzen DU Waffen internationale Gesetze. Sie bedrohen die jetzige
Zivilbevölkerung und die der kommenden Generationen.“
Jörg Cappallo, 29.7.06
According to the following two
items, forwarded by physicist Calman Altman, Israel has introduced ? or
possibly continues to use ? Depleted Uranium (DU) ammunition in it?s
current invasion and bombing of Lebanon. So far Israeli has not admitted
to using DU shells. In 1998, in response to information that I provided,
Knesset Members Naomi Chazan (Meretz) and Tamar Godjansky (Chadash) each
submitted queries to the Minister of Defense concerning the use of DU
shells by the Israel Defense Force. Then Defense Minister Itzhak
Mordechai answered with evasive denials. In 2001, however, following a
leak from navy officers, the Israeli navy announced that it had already
discontinued the use of DU ammunition.
?As both physicist Calman Altman
and Dr. Doug Rokke state below, DU ammunition is in effect a ?dirty
bomb? apparently capable of contaminating, poisoning and effecting the
people, plants, animals and environment exposed to it for years to come.
The total lack of public or media awareness regarding this topic in
Israel is consistent with a widespread militarized mindset perceiving
weapons as exclusively ?there for our protection?.
Rela Mazali (New Profile,
?It appears that depleted uranium munition
will be used by the IDF not not only in ground penetrating
'bunker-buster' bombs, as reported by Rokke, whose article recently
appeared on alef, but is already being used in tank artillery. Below is
a photo taken from Indymedia, UK, of a shell with a DU penetrator about
to be loaded. Much additional information can be found by doing a Google
search with the keywords 'depleted uranium Lebanon'. Another item in the
future War Crimes indictment!
Israelis are using
Depleted Uranium in Lebanon
Depleted Uranium | 21.07.2006 20:51
Below are links to photos showing Israeli forces loading their tanks
with depleted uranium weapons.
The pictures below by David Silverman were taken on the 14th July near
the Lebanese border. In them Israeli soldiers can be seen loading DU
shells into tanks. The first image appeared in some early editions of
the UK Guardian newspaper on the 15th of July and was subsequently
replaced in later editions.
Title: Israeli Military Operates Against Hezbollah Militants
<![if !vml]><![endif]>Let me add to Rokke's statement below, that if the IDF proposes to
crack underground Hisbollah bunkers with depleted uranium 'bunker
busters', (which apparently it does), and then to send in our gallant
soldiers to clean up, - we can expect an Israeli version of the "Gulf
War Syndrome" in the months and years to come, with a large proportion
of the participants succumbing to the various cancers, deformed
offspring, heavy metal poisoning - which was the unfortunate lot of the
first and second Gulf War servicemen. Will? this be considered
acceptable collateral damage?
From: "Baruch Kimmerling" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Wed, 26 Jul 2006 16:02:51 +0200
Situation Worsens Requiring Immediate Action By President Bush, Prime
Minister Blair, and Prime Minister Olmert
Dr. Doug Rokke, PhD., former Director, U.S. Army
Depleted Uranium project
?July 24, 2006
The delivery of at least 100 GBU 28 bunker busters bombs containing
depleted uranium warheads by the United States to Israel for use against
targets in Lebanon will result in additional radioactive and chemical
toxic contamination with consequent adverse health and environmental
effects throughout the middle east.
Today, U.S., British, and now Israeli military personnel are using
illegal uranium munitions- America's and England's own "dirty bombs"
while U.S. Army, U.S. Department of Energy, U.S. Department of Defense,
and British Ministry of Defence officials deny that there are any
adverse health and environmental effects as a consequence of the
manufacture, testing, and/or use of uranium munitions to avoid liability
for the willful and illegal dispersal of a radioactive toxic material -
The use of uranium weapons is absolutely unacceptable, and a crime
against humanity. Consequently the citizens of the world and all
governments must force cessation of uranium weapons use. I must demand
that Israel now provide medical care to all DU casualties in Lebanon and
clean up all DU contamination.
U.S. and British officials have arrogantly refused to comply with their
own regulations, orders, and directives that require United States
Department of Defense officials to provide prompt and effective medical
care to "all" exposed individuals. Reference: Medical Management of
Unusual Depleted Uranium Casualties, DOD, Pentagon, 10/14/93, Medical
Management of Army personnel Exposed to Depleted Uranium (DU)
Headquarters, U.S. Army Medical Command 29 April 2004, and section 2-5
of U.S. Army Regulation 700-48. Israeli officials must not do so now.
They also refuse to clean up dispersed radioactive Contamination as
required by Army Regulation- AR 700-48: "Management of Equipment
Contaminated With Depleted Uranium or Radioactive Commodities"
(Headquarters, Department Of The Army, Washington, D.C., September 2002)
and U.S. Army Technical Bulletin- TB 9-1300-278: "Guidelines For Safe
Response To Handling, Storage, And Transportation Accidents Involving
Army Tank Munitions Or Armor Which Contain Depleted Uranium"
(Headquarters, Department Of The Army, Washington, D.C., JULY 1996).
Specifically section 2-4 of United States Army Regulation-AR 700-48
dated September 16, 2002 requires that:
(1) "Military personnel "identify, segregate, isolate, secure, and label
all RCE" (radiologically contaminated equipment).
(2) "Procedures to minimize the spread of radioactivity will be
implemented as soon as possible."
(3) "Radioactive material and waste will not be locally disposed of
through burial, submersion, incineration, destruction in place, or
(4) "All equipment, to include captured or combat RCE, will be surveyed,
packaged, retrograded, decontaminated and released IAW Technical
Bulletin 9-1300-278, DA PAM 700-48" (Note: Maximum exposure limits are
specified in Appendix F).
The previous and current use of uranium weapons, the release of
radioactive components in destroyed U.S. and foreign military equipment,
and releases of industrial, medical, research facility radioactive
materials have resulted in unacceptable exposures. Therefore,
decontamination must be completed as required by U.S. Army Regulation
700-48 and should include releases of all radioactive materials
resulting from military operations.
The extent of adverse health and environmental effects of uranium
weapons contamination is not limited to combat zones but includes
facilities and sites where uranium weapons were manufactured or tested
including Vieques; Puerto Rico; Colonie, New York; Concord, MA;
Jefferson Proving Grounds, Indiana; and Schofield Barracks, Hawaii.
Therefore medical care must be provided by the United States Department
of Defense officials to all individuals affected by the manufacturing,
testing, and/or use of uranium munitions. Thorough environmental
remediation also must be completed without further delay.
I am amazed that fifteen years after was I asked to clean up the initial
DU mess from Gulf War 1 and over ten years since I finished the depleted
uranium project that United States Department of Defense officials and
others still attempt to justify uranium munitions use while ignoring
mandatory requirements. I am dismayed that Department of Defense and
Department of Energy officials and representatives continue personal
attacks aimed to silence or discredit those of us who are demanding that
medical care be provided to all DU casualties and that environmental
remediation is completed in compliance with U.S. Army Regulation 700-48.
But beyond the ignored mandatory actions the willful dispersal of tons
of solid radioactive and chemically toxic waste in the form of uranium
munitions is illegal (
and just does not even pass the common sense test and according to the
U.S. Department of Homeland Security, DHS, is a dirty bomb. DHS issued
"dirty bomb" response guidelines,
, on January 3, 2006 for incidents within the United States but ignore
DOD use of uranium weapons and existing DOD regulations. These
guidelines specifically state that: "Characteristics of RDD and IND
Incidents: A radiological incident is defined as an event or series of
events, deliberate or accidental, leading to the release, or potential
release, into the environment of radioactive material in sufficient
quantity to warrant consideration of protective actions. Use of an RDD
or IND is an act of terror that produces a radiological incident." Thus
the use of uranium munitions is "an act or terror" as defined by DHS.
Finally continued compliance with the infamous March 1991 Los Alamos
Memorandum that was issued to ensure continued use of uranium munitions
can not be justified.
In conclusion: the President of the United States- George W. Bush, the
Prime Minister of Great Britain-Tony Blair, and the Prime Minister of
Israel Olmert must acknowledge and accept responsibility for willful use
of illegal uranium munitions- their own "dirty bombs"- resulting in
adverse health and environmental effects.
President Bush, Prime Minister Blair, and Prime Minister Olmert should
1. medical care for all casualties,
2. thorough environmental remediation,
3. immediate cessation of retaliation against all of us who demand
compliance with medical care and environmental remediation requirements,
4. and stop the already illegal the use (UN finding) of depleted uranium
References- these references are copies the actual regulations and
orders and other pertinent official documents: