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    Where are the Iraqi compensation? 800 billion dollars in compensation to the Americans who were subj

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    Where are the Iraqi compensation? 800 billion dollars in compensation to the Americans who were subj Empty Where are the Iraqi compensation? 800 billion dollars in compensation to the Americans who were subj

    Post by Rocky Fri 11 Aug 2023, 4:02 am

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    [size=52]Where are the Iraqi compensation? 800 billion dollars in compensation to the Americans who were subjected to the “burn pits” that “broke the Iraqis cancer”[/size]

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    US President Joe Biden, through an official speech he delivered today, Thursday (August 10, 2023), in the US state of Utah, celebrated the decision to grant financial compensation to soldiers who served in Iraq for exposure to “notorious” burn holes that caused the spread of carcinogenic diseases in Iraq.[/size]
    [size=45]According to what was reported by the Washington Examiner newspaper, translated by “Baghdad Today,” the US president announced the allocation of $797 billion in compensation to the American soldiers, stressing that their period of service, which lasted for months or years inside Iraq, exposed them to the “toxins” released by the burning pits used by the army. American Solids Disposal.[/size]
    [size=45]The American decision included granting the soldiers and their families an amount of 2,300 dollars per month in continuous compensation until death for the damages they suffered as a result of their limited periods of service inside Iraq.[/size]
    [size=45]It is noteworthy that the foreign media, including the Washington Post newspaper and the American Syndicate organization, confirmed that the burning pits used by the American forces led to the spread of cancer among Iraqi citizens, especially in the southern governorates, describing it as a “crime without punishment,” and stressing the continued refusal of the American government to “tolerate responsibility” and providing compensation to Iraqi citizens for causing cancer for a period of twenty years, according to its description, and that the toxic effects left by the American forces in Iraq exceeded twenty times what was left by the two atomic bombs in Japan.[/size]
    [size=45]Commonly used by the US military in post-9/11 conflicts, so-called burn pits are lit to dispose of everything from plastic bottles to human waste to old tires — all burned with the help of jet fuel.
    But the fumes from these open fires are now suspected of causing a range of ailments among soldiers deployed to such bases, from chronic respiratory diseases to a variety of cancers.
    President Joe Biden himself says he believes these craters were the cause of the brain cancer that killed his son Beau, who served in Iraq in 2008.
    The Department of Veterans Affairs estimates that about 3.5 million American soldiers were exposed to toxic smoke in Afghanistan, Iraq or other conflict zones. and that more than 200,000 war veterans are on lists of people who have touched burn pits.
    In 2018, the Pentagon funded a $10 million study that three years later concluded there was a “possible cause-and-effect relationship between exposure to emissions from simulated drilling and subsequent health outcomes.”
    And in 2019, the Department of Veterans Affairs created something called the Center of Excellence for Airborne Hazards and Burn Pits, which is mandated to study burn risks and staffed by epidemiologists and environmental health experts.[/size]
    [size=45]“Not only did they face dangers on the battlefield, they were breathing toxic smoke and burning pits,” Biden said.
    If in fact these diseases are officially recognised, affected veterans will receive government-funded Medicare and a disability pension.[/size]
    [size=45]An IAVA poll found that 82 percent of those questioned said they had been exposed to burn craters or other toxic airborne chemicals. Of those people, 90 percent said they were experiencing, or may be experiencing, symptoms related to that exposure.[/size]
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