Evidence suggests Israel has been using illegal weapons

In a shocking revelation, given headline coverage in a British newspaper, The Independent, it is revealed that there is evidence to suggest that Israel was using uranium based weapons when firing on Lebanon.

The evidence has been provided by Dr Chris Busby, the British Scientific Secretary of the European Committee on Radiation Risk, from two soil samples thrown up by Israeli heavy or guided bombs, which show \”elevated radiation signatures\”

The damaged caused by such weapons inflict vicious wounds, which will burst into flames when exposed to air, even after the initial infliction.  The threat does not end there as the particles of uranium released from the weapon remain in the land and air causing cancer for years to come. 

Despite restriction in the third protocol of the Geneva Convention we know that Israel was using phosphorous bombs on its victims in Lebanon; a weapon which burns through the skin.

There is suspicion that Israel is also using illegal weapons in Gaza, during its \’Summer Rains Operation\’; the injuries that are being sustained by the weapons being used, according to the Rafah hospitals\’ Director, are injuries that must

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