Israel's illegal use of white phosphorus during Operation Cast Lead and how the US media attempts to cover up Israeli war crimes.

Israel's illegal use of white phosphorus during Operation Cast Lead and how the US media attempts to cover up Israeli war crimes.

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Gaza: Israel under fire for white phosphorus use - CSMonitor.com

Gaza: Israel under fire for white phosphorus use - CSMonitor.com

Witness . . On daily basis for the last 8 months,  #Russia is killing innocent civilians in #Syria dropping forbidden weapons "white Phosphorus #warcrime  #وقفوا_ارهاب_روسيا #STOPRUSSIA  #syria #ps #illustration #photoshop #photoshopcs6 #acrilic #art #tagblender #artist #artistic #Qatar #myart #artwork #ps_takeflight

Witness . . On daily basis for the last 8 months, #Russia is killing innocent civilians in #Syria dropping forbidden weapons "white Phosphorus #warcrime #وقفوا_ارهاب_روسيا #STOPRUSSIA #syria #ps #illustration #photoshop #photoshopcs6 #acrilic #art #tagblender #artist #artistic #Qatar #myart #artwork #ps_takeflight

Apatite is a calcium-phosphate mineral. It gets its name from the Greek spelling “apate” which means deceit. Apatite comes in many different colors mostly green or yellow but also white, red, pink, purple, brown or blue. Sometimes specimens of Apatite are colorless or even multi-colored. Apatite is the most common phosphate mineral, and is the main source of the phosphorus required by plants. The bones and teeth of most animals, including humans, are composed of calcium phosphate, which is…

Apatite is a calcium-phosphate mineral. It gets its name from the Greek spelling “apate” which means deceit. Apatite comes in many different colors mostly green or yellow but also white, red, pink, purple, brown or blue. Sometimes specimens of Apatite are colorless or even multi-colored. Apatite is the most common phosphate mineral, and is the main source of the phosphorus required by plants. The bones and teeth of most animals, including humans, are composed of calcium phosphate, which is…

Ex US soldier and anti-war activist Jeff Englehart talking about the use of white phosphorus against Iraqi civilians in Fallujah.

Ex US soldier and anti-war activist Jeff Englehart talking about the use of white phosphorus against Iraqi civilians in Fallujah.

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Effects of phosphorus deficiency (1 µmol L-1) on the intensity of rhizosphere acidification/alkalization in white lupin (A D) faba bean (B E) and maize (C F) grown with Ca(NO3)2 (A B C) or NH4NO3 (D E F). Root morphological/physiological modifications are important for phosphorus (P) acquisition of plants under P deficiency but strategies differ among plant species and detailed studies on the response of maize roots to P deficiency are limited. In a recent study published in AoB PLANTS Liu…

Effects of phosphorus deficiency (1 µmol L-1) on the intensity of rhizosphere acidification/alkalization in white lupin (A D) faba bean (B E) and maize (C F) grown with Ca(NO3)2 (A B C) or NH4NO3 (D E F). Root morphological/physiological modifications are important for phosphorus (P) acquisition of plants under P deficiency but strategies differ among plant species and detailed studies on the response of maize roots to P deficiency are limited. In a recent study published in AoB PLANTS Liu…

July 5, 1888: 1,500 workers go on strike at the Bryant and May match factory in London after management fires two people suspected of providing information that led to an expose about the appalling working conditions in the factory. The women and girls were subjected to fourteen-hour days, low pay, excessive fines, and the severe health complications of working with white phosphorus. The strike was quickly settled; in 1908 the British government banned the use of white phosphorus in matches.

July 5, 1888: 1,500 workers go on strike at the Bryant and May match factory in London after management fires two people suspected of providing information that led to an expose about the appalling working conditions in the factory. The women and girls were subjected to fourteen-hour days, low pay, excessive fines, and the severe health complications of working with white phosphorus. The strike was quickly settled; in 1908 the British government banned the use of white phosphorus in matches.

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Saudi Arabia appears to be using U.S.-supplied white phosphorus in its war in…

Saudi Arabia appears to be using U.S.-supplied white phosphorus in its war in…

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