Korban Kejahatan Perang Amerika Di Irak

Korban Kejahatan Perang Amerika Di Irak

SUMBER: Global Research TV (Mengutip dari SBS TV Australia)

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Tujuh tahun setelah invasi (Amerika) ke Baghdad, rakyat Irak mengalami warisan yang menghancurkan. Bayi yang lahir dengan cacat berat dan kanker pada tingkat yang membuat efek (pemboman Amerika dengan bom atom) terhadap Hiroshima terlihat ringan (jinak).

Jumlah bayi yang lahir dengan cacat berat dan anak-anak yang menderita leukemia meningkat secara dramatis di bagian Irak.

FOTO BAYI KORBAN KEJAHATAN PERANG AMERIKA DI IRAK

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pasukan AS yang menggunakan senjata depleted uranium untuk menyerang kota, yang mana penduduk setempat mengatakan, telah meninggalkan kepada mereka warisan yang menghancurkan.

Satu laporan bahkan mengatakan jumlah penyakit tersebut di Falluja lebih tinggi dari yang tercatat setelah pemboman (Amerika) dengan bom atom di Hiroshima dan Nagasaki.

Pemenang video penghargaan Walkley (Walkley Award Winning Video) wartawan (Televisi SBS Australia – asal Iraq) Fuad Hady kembali ke negara asalnya untuk melihat beberapa anak-anak yang cacat dan sangat sakit (akibat senjata perang Amerika), dan menemui beberapa orang yang berjuang melawan rintangan untuk membangun kembali kehidupan mereka, dan kota mereka.

(Ma’af Tulisan diatas saya terjemahkan dengan penguasaan bahasa Inggris saya yang terbatas [tidak 100 persen], untuk mengecek keakuratannya kami persilahkan pembaca melihat sumber aslinya sebagaimana saya sebutkan diatas atau disini -Myartikel-)

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Iraq’s Deadly Legacy

SOURCE: SBS TV “Dateline”

The number of babies born with severe deformities and children developing leukaemia is rising dramatically in parts of Iraq.

US
forces used depleted uranium weapons to attack the city in the war, which locals say has left them with this devastating legacy.

One report even says the number of such illnesses in Falluja is higher than that recorded after the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

Walkley Award winning video journalist Fouad Hady returns to his home country to see some of the deformed and desperately ill children, and meets some of the people battling against the odds to rebuild their lives, and their city.

WATCH – See Fouad’s report from Falluja and Baghdad.

BLOG – Read Executive Producer Peter Charley’s blog about the dilemma over showing images of deformed children that could upset some viewers.

EXTRA
– Read some of the reports which examine the health situation in Iraq and the serious health complications being associated with depleted uranium exposure.

HOW TO HELP – Find out how to help and more about campaign groups working to tackle the problems in Iraq.

UN AWARD – Fouad’s report won a UN Australia Media Peace Award for him and producer Ashley Smith in October 2010. Click here to find out more.

WALKLEY AWARD
– Fouad’s report also won a Walkley Award for Excellence in Journalism in December 2010, in the Television Current Affairs (less than 20 minutes) category. Click to find out more.

WALKLEY MAGAZINE – Dateline’s Executive Producer Peter Charley has written an article for October 2010’s Walkley Magazine, explaining the dilemma over showing these graphic images of deformed children.

COMMENDATION – Fouad’s report also received a commendation in the TAC Yooralla Media Awards in Melbourne in November 2010. Yooralla, which supports disabled people in Victoria, organises the awards to recognise media coverage of disabilities.

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