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Fallujah Birth Defects and More...
Tim King and Barry Chamish
(ST AUGUSTINE) - Tim King was a featured guest on the Barry Chamish Radio Program last Tuesday, 04 December 2013. The program, on FirstAmendmentRadio.com (www.libertyarchives.com) was unique and interesting and didn't take long to move into very controversial territory.
Barry Chamish served in the Israeli military. He has been called Israel's top investigative reporter and he has spent years researching and revealing some of Israel's most unpleasant truths.
An outspoken critic of Israeli apartheid politics, Tim King is a former U.S. Marine who as a news editor, oversees the news coverage of human rights violations in places like Palestine, Sri Lanka and Burma on Salem-News.com. Tim has reported from the U.S. war theaters in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Tim has been publishing Barry's work for the last few years. He says when he first considered publishing Barry, he wrote to Gilad Atzmon, London jazz star and writer for Salem-News.com, who was born and raised in Israel, and today considered one of its most aggravating and effective critics.
Gilad's reply, something to the effect of "yeah he's a crazy Zionist but he writes some pretty good stuff," was all Tim needed to hear.
Tim said he may strongly disagree with Zionist philosophy, "... but I can't expect people to not be a part of their own culture. Besides, Barry's presence on Salem-News.com is one more way to silence people who say criticism of Israel is 'Antisemitic'. It is always our intention to direct criticism toward wrongdoing regardless of who the culprits are."
In this program, Tim reveals what he has learned about the greatly accelerated rate of birth defects in Fallujah, Iraq, following the long fight that took place there between Marines and jihadist fighters, and a story that Tim followed while covering the Iraq war in the Anbar province, summer of 2008.
He met a Navy doctor who had arranged for a number of small Iraqi children with congenital heart defects to go to Israel for corrective surgery. Later, when the news about the birth defects emerged, which include heart anomalies like the children in Tim's report, he reasoned that the children in that case were probably directly connected.
Tim says all evidence points to a radioactive weapon having been used in Fallujah, adding that hair and tissue samples of affected families taken by a British scientist confirm that the people and their sick children are testing positive for enriched uranium contamination.
Also special thanks to www.libertyarchives.com