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    Organizations monitor an “indirect” American admission of spreading cancer in Iraq

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    Post by Rocky Sun Dec 18, 2022 11:01 am

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    [size=52]Organizations monitor an “indirect” American admission of spreading cancer in Iraq[/size]

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    [size=45]US President Joe Biden’s decision to provide a financial compensation package for the soldiers who were medically affected by the “burn pits” in Iraq brought the US responsibility for the spread of cancer diseases in Iraq to the fore once again, amid constant “ignoring” by Washington.[/size]
    [size=45]The American president, who appeared crying during his conference on Friday while talking about the death of his son, who was subjected to burn holes in Iraq and contracted cancer as a result, described the passage of the law as a “personal victory,” according to what was reported by the Washington Post and translated (Baghdad Today), stressing that his son died due to exposure to gases cremation.[/size]
    [size=45]The position of the American president was criticized by the Center for Human Rights at New York University, which asked about the reasons for the US administration's disregard for what the burning pits caused to Iraqi citizens who were exposed to them for a period "much longer than the brief periods to which American soldiers were subjected."[/size]
    [size=45]The organization confirmed, “After passing the law and compensating the American soldiers for the health consequences they suffered from being exposed to burning pits for short periods, who will compensate the Iraqi people for whom the toxic gases emitted from those pits reached their homes, and they were exposed to them continuously for years.”[/size]
    [size=45]And she continued, “The United States’ acknowledgment that the burning pits caused cancer for its soldiers in Iraq, represents a direct admission of its responsibility for the high rates of cancer in Iraq during the past years, especially in the south of the country, where most of the American military operations were active,” calling on Biden to “use the same The criteria he applied to award soldiers financial compensation, to the Iraqi people.”[/size]
    [size=45]The other criticism came from the American University of Bardo, which confirmed, through Professor of Anthropology Kali Robai, that the compensation provided by the American administration to the soldiers represents a very small percentage compared to what the Iraqi people were subjected to because of the same American excavations. What was compared to the Iraqi citizens who were exposed to toxic gases from the burning pits for a period of more than ten years, even those who lived far from the American camps suffered varying degrees of serious diseases.[/size]
    [size=45]It is noteworthy that Iraq is suffering from a large spread of cancer diseases, especially in the southern regions, according to international reports that warned of the consequences of ignoring the spread of the epidemic as a result of many factors, including the American cremation pits, according to what Al-Monitor showed in a report last year.[/size]
    [size=45]Baghdad today - translation[/size]
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