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by gegyx » 29/10/06, 23:46

Clarifications for those who develop crookedly ...
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Weapons with carbofibers, tungsten, aluminum, copper: this is not the point with hollow charge to perforate the armor. It is a new type of weapon (DIME, manufactured by Boeing) launched in Lebanon, and especially in Palestine.
http://www.lemonde.fr/web/article/0,1-0 ... 672,0.html
http://www.france-palestine.org/article4795.html
http://www.legrandsoir.info/article.php ... ticle=4210
http://marseille.indymedia.org/news/2006/10/7117.php

Explanation of the use of depleted uranium: http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uranium_appauvri

And also, an article that is worth its weight in peanuts on depleted uranium shells:
it relates the numerous American losses due to friendly fire, which revealed the toxicity of the carcasses of the destroyed tanks ...
http://www.monde-diplomatique.fr/1999/0 ... 12106.html

Plutonium is heavier than uranium, but is not used for perforating armor.
Rare, mainly man-made for nuclear use with uranium.
http://www.greenpeace.fr/stop-plutonium/plutonium.php3
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by lau » 30/10/06, 16:05

Andre wrote: For military research, the budget greatly exceeds that of cancer research.


And yet it is not for lack of money that for more than 50 years research has not advanced ... or so little.
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by Woodcutter » 26/08/09, 12:45

Exhumation with great fanfare of this post to submit this article to your sagacity: http://www.info-palestine.net/article.p ... ticle=6961

Uplifting... :?

Large-scale experimentation continues, will officials pay one day? : Evil:
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by Christophe » 26/08/09, 12:46

Just the name of the operation = "hardened lead" says it all ... : Shock: : Shock: : Shock:
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by Former Oceano » 26/08/09, 13:09

This should be called "hardened bronze".
Out in the blood, hard to receive, maximum splash.
A real sea : Evil:
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by Obamot » 05/07/12, 16:10

Woodcutter wrote:Exhumation with great fanfare of this post to submit this article to your sagacity: http://www.info-palestine.net/article.p ... ticle=6961

Uplifting... :?

Large-scale experimentation continues, will officials pay one day? : Evil:

Apparently there was not "only" radioactive weapons used against the Palestinian populations. Poisons too.

Arafat's body will be exhumed:
http://www.rts.ch/info/monde/4117588-ar ... uisse.html

I told you about it over a year ago, I told some of you that I was put in the secret by sitting by chance on an airplane, next to a member of the family of Arafat's personal doctor, who had already noticed polonium poisoning by the coloring of his skin.

Obamot wrote:political assassinations including [...] Arafat after having ingested him radioactive isotopes
https://www.econologie.com/forums/post198282.html#198282


Since public opinion around the world has turned to the Arab Spring, what about the situation of the Palestinians? Colonization of the occupied territories? International law and UN intervention? What about civilians? WHAT IS HAPPENING NOW?

The problem situation in the Middle East lies in the uprising fomented via Facebook [Mark Zuckerberg ...>] by the CIA in Syria or a problem coming from further south?

What about the result of the intended diversion from the "Arab Spring"? We were able to witness in all the countries where it ended, a rise in Islamsites! Finally, was it in the interest of Israel?

If that was the goal of all of this, I don't think all this turmoil will end the establishment of a Palestinian state!

france24, 29/06/2012, Charlotte BOITIAUX wrote:These Israelis who boycott "Made in Israel" products from the settlements

Several Israeli voices call for the abolition of labeling "Made in Israel" for products from the Palestinian colonies. A political act neither anti-Semitic nor anti-Israeli but intended, on the contrary, to protect the Hebrew State.

Labeling of colonial products such as 'Made in Israel' deceives the consumer and implicitly approves the expansionist policies of the right-wing government of Israel led by Benjamin Netannyahu. ”The words are from Alon Liel, former director general of the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs and former ambassador of the Hebrew state in Africa South In an open letter published Wednesday, June 27 on the Guardian website and translated into French on the Liberation website, this dissident political figure is indignant at the labeling policy carried out by Israel and consisting in affixing the label "Made in" Israel "on all its products, whether from the settlements or of Israeli origin.

The reason is almost bafflingly simple: "Why label the products of the settlements differently? Because the settlements are not part of Israel," he wrote. For Alon Aliel, this is obviously not a simple fight for trade legislation aimed at better informing consumers - even if, the diplomat said, new labeling would give customers the choice to "buy or not. products of the colonies "- but of an eminently political struggle. To refuse the "Made in Israel" is to contest the Israeli presence in "occupied territories outside internationally recognized borders and illegal under international law".

"Act in the interest of Israel"

And he's not the only one to kick in the stretchers. On June 5, Avraham Burg, ex-president of the Knesset and the World Zionist Organization, let it be known that he refused to buy products stamped "Made in Israel" and from the colonies. He wanted to explain the scope of his gesture. "Contrary to what one might hear, this is not a widespread boycott of Israel but rather a subtle and moral distinction between Israel's great potential and its destructive capabilities," he explained. in the columns of the World.

The two men insist on the same point: nothing in this political struggle should be considered anti-Semitic or anti-Israeli. Quite the contrary. By leading this labeling struggle, these two policies, fiercely opposed to the policy of Benjamin Netanyahu, declare that they are acting in the interest of Israel.

According to them, the Hebrew state can only get out of the conflict between it and the Palestinians if it respects its "green line", that is to say its 1948 borders, internationally recognized and separating Israel from the West Bank. and Gaza. Canceled after the Six Day War (1967), this "green line" should however be "defended and strengthened", believes Avraham Burg. "It is of vital importance" for Israel, because respecting it makes possible the creation of two distinct states.

"Anything beyond this line is of a different nature: illegal and non-normative. That is to say, it does not belong to us," added the former Knesset speaker. In other words, anyone who defends the 1948 boundaries "is a friend of Israel and keeps hope alive," while the others, "the settlers, the conquerors and their political allies, are the real enemies of Israel." "Preventing the misleading 'Made in Israel' [...] is a giant leap for Middle East peace," even Burg writes.

"This fight alone will not make Israel waver"

Unsurprisingly, this stance is seen as heresy by Yigal Palmor, Israeli spokesperson for the Foreign Ministry. The latter also warns against a "racist project" which could "undermine Israeli production as a whole".

However, more and more countries like the United Kingdom, South Africa and Denmark are taking this boycott project carried by Alon Liel very seriously. In May, the South African and Danish governments declared their willingness to make a clear distinction between products of Israeli origin and those from settlements. In 2009, the British asked their supermarkets to label products from the occupied territories differently. The Swiss supermarket chain Migros had also decided to act in this direction. According to the Associated Press, in 2013, it will even adopt the words "West Bank, Israeli settlement area" or "East Jerusalem, Israeli settlement area" on said products.

But will this new labeling be enough to change Tel Aviv's position vis-à-vis the occupied territories? Nothing is less certain, believes Didier Billion, a specialist in the Middle East at the Institute of International and Strategic Relations (IRIS). "Despite the merits of this fight, which aims to loosen the grip on the Palestinians, this fight alone will obviously not be able to weaken the position of the Hebrew state. This campaign will only have real impact if it is taken in a set of political actions whose goal would be the proclamation of a Palestinian state ".

http://www.france24.com/fr/20120628-isr ... -politique
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by Obamot » 05/07/12, 16:24

Amazing is not it?
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