Guerre stellari in Iraq

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Publication.png Guerre stellari in Iraq
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Publication date2006
Author(s) • Maurizio Torrealta
• Sigfrido Ranucci
• Patrick Dillon
Producer(s)Rai News24
SubjectsWeapon/Testing,  2003 Iraq War,  Microwave weapons
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Documentary about advanced weapons systems testing in the 2003 Iraq war

Guerre stellari in Iraq, translated Star Wars in Iraq, is a documentary produced for Rai News24 in 2006.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7] It details very unusual injuries on people and damage to vehicles.[8][9][10]


Majid Al-Ghazali reported that he had seen three passengers in a car, all dead with their face skin burnt, the body intact and no sign of projectiles. The terrain where another battle took place was dug up by the American military and replaced with fresh earth, some bodies that were not hit by projectiles had shrunk to just slightly more than one meter in height. Even doctors could not explain the injuries they have seen, these witnesses refer to laser weapons.

At a Pentagon press conferences from before the beginning of the second Gulf War, US Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld became uneasy when being asked about microwave weapons. General Meyers indicated a willingness to try weapons that had never been used before.[11]

Geert Van Moorter, who is featured in Guerre stellari, was interviewed in 2003:[12][13]

The documentary, it features footage from Geert Van Moorter,[14][15][16][17][18][19][20][21][22][23][24] who created another documentary: L'Irak - D'une guerre à l'autre.

"My second story is even more horrible", warns Geert. "About a bus with civilians that was fired upon. Not the one in Najaf, which reached the news everywhere, but a case that according to me has not yet been covered by western media. Three days ago, In Al Sqifal, near Hilla, a passenger bus was fired upon from an American checkpoint, with ghastly results. According to witnesses the bus stopped on time and had, on orders of the American Military, turned back. Dr. Saad El-Fadoui, a 52 year old surgeon who still has studied in Scotland, was immediately on the place of incident from the hospital in Hilla. When he told me what he had seen there, he again became very emotional, three days after it had happened. 'The bodies were al carbonized, terribly mutilated, torn into pieces, he sighs. 'In and around the bus I saw dismembered heads, brains and intestines....' One wonders what a criminal weapon of mass destruction could have caused these horrors. Nobody had heard the sound of an explosion; on the bodies no traces of shrapnel were found. A journalist spoke of a heat-weapon with liquid copper or something like that... Can the Americans be really that cruel? Dr. Saad El-Fadoui asked us repeatedly to do everything to help stop this horrible war of aggression.

External links


4star.png 27 April 2022 Sunvalley  Italian documentary about secret American weapon tests in Iraq.
Possibly microwave based technology that rips a person apart in a vehicle - people should know about these reports.


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