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Libyan civilians are protected with Depleted Uranium…

Libya was 5.000 times bombed with an UN-mandate. Bombs with Depleted Uranium…
Cities in Iraq where Depleted Uranium (DU) weapons were heavily used, such as Basra, Samara, Baghdad, Mosul and probably especially Fallujah, which was virtually leveled in a November 2004 Marine assault, are showing high rates of birth defects, many of which, along with unusually high rates of leukemia, medical experts say are emblematic of fetal radiation damage.

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Libya: uranium bombs – Amnesty International

Yesterday, someone of Amnesty International was talking on TV about the violation of human rights in Syria. But Amnesty International says nothing about the destruction of Libya with an UN-mandate whereby Libyan civilians are bombed with uranium bombs. There were already 5.000 bombings now and also members of the future Libyan generations will die as a result of the depleted uranium in the bombs. The western ‘free’ en ‘democratic’ world does not talk about these war crimes.

Photo: Victims of US bombings with the chemical defoliant Agent Orange. The US was never condamned for these war crimes. The US president was never accused of a ‘crime against humanity’.

NATO war crimes with an UN-mandate: 5.000 uranium bombs

NATO is actually destroying Libya and kills Libyan civilians with an UN-mandate.

There were more than 5.000 bombings now and all the bombs contained Depleted Uranium (DU).

The UN knows the dangers of Depleted Uranium.  In February 2000, the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), said that the pollution with Depleted Uranium detected at four environmental hot spots in Kosovo, Serbia and Montenegro, was serious and posed a threat to human health.  UNEP started projects about the needs for humanitarian assistance and an environmental clean-up in Kosovo, Serbia and Montenegro.
While UNEP was called a ‘reference in the scientific community regarding the impacts of DU when used in a conflict situation’, UN allows the further destruction of Libya with uranium bombs.

Cities in Iraq where Depleted Uranium (DU) weapons were heavily used, such as Basra, Samara, Baghdad, Mosul and probably especially Fallujah, which was virtually leveled in a November 2004 Marine assault, are showing high rates of birth defects, many of which, along with unusually high rates of leukemia, medical experts say are emblematic of fetal radiation damage.

A University of Michigan peer-reviewed study of births in Fallujah (Iraq) published in December 2010 found that of 547 births in Fallujah General Hospital in May of 2010, six years after the all-out US assault on that city of 300,000, in which DU weapons were reportedly used widely, 15% of babies had birth defects–a rate more than five times higher than the global average of 2-3%.

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Photo: UN-secretary-general Ban-ki-moon

More info: http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=25510

Obama and his comrades bomb Libya with uranium bombs

NATO bombed Libya and the Libyan civilians more than 5.000 times with uranium-bombs. NATO uses its UN-mandate for it. That is very strange because UN is just cleaning up the uranium in Gaza, Libanon, Iraq and Afghanistan ‘to protect’ civilians…

UNEP is the designated authority of the United Nations system in environmental issues at the global and regional level. Its mandate is to coordinate the development of environmental policy consensus by keeping the global environment under review and bringing emerging issues to the attention of governments and the international community for action. The mandate and objectives of UNEP emanate from United Nations General Assembly resolution 2997 (XXVII) of 15 December 1972 and subsequent amendments adopted at UNCED in 1992, the Nairobi Declaration on the Role and Mandate of UNEP, adopted at the Nineteenth Session of the UNEP Governing Council, and the Malmö Ministerial Declaration of 31 May, 2000.

UNEP’s responsibilities include:
– Promoting international cooperation in the field of the environment and recommending appropriate policies.
– Catalysing action to address major environmental threats.
– Monitoring the status of the global environment and gathering and disseminating environmental information.
– Facilitating the coordination of United Nations activities on matters concerned with the environment, and ensuring, through cooperation, liaison and participation, that their activities take environmental considerations into account.
– Helping, upon request, environment ministries and other environmental authorities, in particular in developing countries and countries with economies in transition, to formulate and implement environmental policies.
– Helping to develop international environmental law.
– Providing expert advice on the development and use of environmental concepts and instruments.
– Developing regional programmes for the environment. The major results of UNEP activities should include:
– International arrangements to enhance environmental protection and policy advice to governments, multilateral organisations and others to strengthen environmental protection and incorporate the environment into the sustainable development process.
– Periodic assessments and scientifically sound forecasts to support decision making and international consensus on the main environmental threats and responses to them.
– More effective coordination of environmental matters within the United Nations system.
– Greater public awareness and capacity for environmental management and effective national and international responses to environmental threats.

In 2001, the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) published the findings from the first-ever assessment on the environmental impact of the use of depleted uranium (DU) originating from a real conflict situation. This work was conducted in Kosovo in 2000 and followed-up one year later in Serbia and Montenegro. Since then, UNEP has become a reference in the scientific community regarding the impacts of DU when used in a conflict situation.

http://www.sott.net/articles/show/226335-Depleted-Uranium-A-Strange-Way-To-Protect-Libyan-Civilians

UN: You may continue bombing Libya with uranium bombs if we may clean it

The UN is specialized in the removal of depleted uranium in Serbia, Afghanistan, Iraq, Gaza and Libanon. Why then NATO has an UN-mandate to bomb Libya with bombs of depleted uranium ?
Did the UN signed a deal with NATO (‘You may continue bombing with uranium bombs if we can clean up the uranium’) ?

Photo: Heads of UN-delegations, Seminar on Depleted Uranium, Jordan, Amman, May 2005 – Libya has already been bombed with more than 5.000 uranium bombs and the bombings continue.