Mysteries of the Gulf War
1994/06/01 Elhuyar Zientzia Iturria: Elhuyar aldizkaria
The 8,000 US soldiers who have been at war against Iraq in the Persian Gulf are sick. They usually suffer from memory loss, rashes, and heart problems.
According to studies carried out by the Czechs, where there were military targets there was a mustard gas and a toxic called sarin. The Pentagon has accepted this data, but they cannot understand why they have influenced American soldiers. On the one hand, they were far from the Czechs and on the other, the wind was blowing to the other side.
The civilian and welded people of Iraq have not made known whether they suffer from any such or similar disease.