Nice try?But your point was that Mosul has a DU problem, with the implication that this was due to American bombing.
Very little DU has been used , because it is really only good for killing armour, so, why waste it on IS?
There MAY be some Gulf War legacy DU, but Iraq was such a polluted shithole I would hesitate to lay the incidence of north defects at DUs door.
Nice try though.
Do you think this is a competition or something?
Al Fallujah- Toxic legacy of US assault on Fallujah 'worse than Hiroshima'
Al Basra- https://www.globalresearch.ca/depleted-uranium-and-radioactive-contamination-in-iraq-an-overview/5605215
US fired depleted uranium at civilian areas in 2003 Iraq war, report finds
Mosul details are sketchy but why should they be any different than the rest of the country?
Mosul- Cancer and birth defects in Iraq: The nuclear legacy
The Pentagon said it wouldn’t use depleted uranium rounds against ISIS. Months later, it did — thousands of times.
Officials have confirmed that the US military fired thousands of rounds of depleted uranium (DU) weapons during two high-profile raids on oil trucks in Daesh controlled Syria in late 2015.
The discovery was made in an investigation by Foreign Policy Magazine, which exposed the use of DU by the American military despite promises by the US not to use the munition on the battlefield in Iraq and Syria. The use of DU is widely accepted to be a violation of the basic rules and principles enshrined in written and customary International Humanitarian Law.
US Central Command (CENTCOM) spokesman Major Josh Jacques told Foreign Policy that 5,265 armour-piercing 30mm rounds containing DU were shot from Air Force A-10 fixed-wing aircraft on 16 November and 22 November 2015, destroying about 350 vehicles in the country’s eastern desert.
US used depleted uranium against Daesh