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02 December, 2004
  "Unusual" Weapons Used in Fallujah
BAGHDAD, (IPS) -- The U.S. military has used poison gas and other non-conventional weapons against civilians in Fallujah, eyewitnesses report.

“Poisonous gases have been used in Fallujah,” 35-year-old trader from Fallujah Abu Hammad told IPS. “They used everything -- tanks, artillery, infantry, poison gas. Fallujah has been bombed to the ground.”

Hammad is from the Julan district of Fallujah where some of the heaviest fighting occurred. Other residents of that area report the use of illegal weapons.


Please, could just one member of the UN security council have the balls to table a resolution calling for the end of the use of these illegal weapons by the US forces. Are you listening Mr Blair, because silence equals complicity.
 
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