Fallujah, a Lost Generation?

Iraqi citizens from the city of Fallujah (AFP Photo / Ali Al-Saadi)

Secrets of a dirty war

In 2004, Fallujah in Iraq became the theater of a major showdown between the American soldiers and the Iraqi insurgents. But even though the sounds of this harsh battle have died down a long time ago the consequences are only showing now. And they are of the toxic kind. Babies are born with malformations, kids are affected with leukemia and cancer has multiplied tenfold. The situation reminds the one of 1945 post atomic Hiroshima.

Meanwhile, in the USA, the marines who took part in the battle are developing strange diseases.

What really happened in Fallujah?
Which weapons were used? White phosphorus? Depleted uranium?
Has a generation of Iraqis been sacrificed?

Directed by Feurat Alani

Produced by Baozi Prod

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