A word on Halabja

The chemical used was (a gaseified version of) the hydrofluoric acid from Osirak’s uranium handling programme.

HALABJA, IRAK – MARS: Cadavres des victimes civiles kurdes après les attaques chimiques au gaz perpétrées par l’armée irakienne en mars 1988 à Halabja, Irak. (Photo by ESLAMI RAD/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images)

The vitriol-like effect (and corroded bones in another image) show it. See also her teeth. Osirak’s military-nuclear remains. This acid. Spread simply as liquid by cars going around maybe ?

In memory of the 25 000 civilian victims (remembered each 14th of April).

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