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Of Course We Didn’t Use It Against Civilians, Our Rules Of Engagement Said Anyone Left Alive In Fallujah Was An Insurgent…

Posted on | November 18, 2005 |

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(Reuters) U.S. used white phosphorus on Iraqi civilians-report

(Reuters) U.S. denies using white phosphorus on Iraqi civilians

(Reuters) US defends use of white phosphorus weapons in Iraq

“Venable said white phosphorus is not outlawed or banned by any convention. However, a protocol to the 1980 Convention on Conventional Weapons forbids using incendiary weapons against civilians or against military targets amid concentrations of civilians.”

(Wikinews) US use of white phosphorus in Iraq might constitute a war crime

(Field Artillery Magazine) The Fight For Fallujah (p. 26) documents “shake and bake” operations with white phosphorus being used against “insurgents.”

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