[size=30]Human Rights: International tests have shown that the gas used in Taza Muharram internationally[/size]
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A member of the Human Rights Commission is pleased that the Black Muhyiddin Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons in The Hague confirmed that the weapon used against Taza contain mustard gas internationally banned.
Mohieldin said in a statement the "direction" that the Human Rights Commission had previously asked the Organization for the Prohibition chemical weapons to come to Iraq, and has already send a fact-finding team, pointing out that after taking this team samples of dust and the blood and the air where tests have shown that the gas used is the type of gas Alkhered internationally banned.
He added that the danger in it centered on several points, the most important possession of Daash Wahhabi gangs of raw materials for the chemical gases, in addition to owning manufacturing experts to these gases and chemicals, as well as the existence of criminal intent criminal in the use of these gases against a component or a certain range and thus regarded as a crime against humanity and the crime of genocide.
He added that the Commission through these hubs will move internationally to the UN Security Council, embassies and the five permanent members of the UN Security Council and the United Nations Human Rights Council for the purpose of calculation of the crime of genocide and then prosecute the persons and countries that supplied Daash gangs these chemicals or funded financially and morally to hold them accountable in front international courts competent in this regard.
Referred to the terrorist gangs it Daash recently launched 65 mortar shells and 200 rockets loaded with polychlorinated chlorine and mustard Acommtin on Taza, south of Kirkuk, which led to the injury and the death of 617 civilians were wounded.