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Victim Of Uranium Munitions Used By US Forces In Afghanistan

This photo is of newly-born infant taken by Dr. Mohammad Daud Miraki, a well-known Afghan researcher, anthropologist, sociologist and scholar. He visited Afghanistan to find out about the situation after the American invasion of Afghanistan. The deformed infant is supposedly the result of the uranium munitions used by American troops and bomber aircrafts all over Afghanistan.

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Anti-US Propaganda. Deformities like this occur everywhere unfortunately.

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TheGuyWithABigCock
Argentina TheGuyWithABigCock

I'll never eat italian food again.

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It has nothing to do with uranium, its called "Harlequin-type ichthyosis" or Harlequin baby syndrome, its a skin disease that thickens the keratin layer of a fetus's skin. Look it up

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This is a form of ichthyosis genetic dissorder. its could be 'congenital ichthyosiform erythroderma'  or 'Lamellar ichthyosis' or even classic 'Harlequin ichthyosis' and it happens the world over. It is rare (1/100,000 roughly) but can be induced (as is with all genetic reproduction defects) with a nice big heaped helping of anything radioactive in the diet.

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WHAT NOW , ITS A SUB HUMAN / ALIEN BABY THEY ARE COMING , TIN FOIL HAT ON. SHIT OFF MY MEDS AGAIN .

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Oh jeez. now this is sad. I feel like I need to kill it. As in allowing it to live is less human than taking its life

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The Lord of The Flies
United Kingdom The Lord of The Flies

can i say dick suckin lips?

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"You sure do got a pretty mouth boy!"

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see how intelligent some regulars are Mr Phucked? it is definitely the Harlequin baby syndrome so please correct the title!

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@MARK never wear a tin foil hat while in a microwave. its dangerous

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awwwww!  even with radiation babies make anything look cute.  look
at its tiny fingersFrown
I do agree with @Beans  def put it out of its future misery.

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This is actually a birth defect called 'Harlequin Type Ichthyosis', where the skin is effectively a huge scale that can't retain water and the eyes are formed inside out, not uranium poisoning

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That mouth must do great blowjobs for sure..at least.

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Gauntlets The Fighter
United States Gauntlets The Fighter

It's dat disorder I seen on YouTube...  Life expectancy is like somewhee around 2 years.  I forget da name of it, but in dis Mortal Kombat movie trailer I seen (w/ Michael Jai White?), Reptile has dis disorder.

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If I knew my baby would have some disorder or disease that is so crippling like this, I would have definitely got an abortion. No use in going full term with something like that

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Jessee Lawriw
United States Jessee Lawriw

I got nothin'. That's truly phucked up. Agree @ Beans.

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I watched a documentary about kids with Harlequin syndrome...they are in pain every day, have to be scrubbed raw. I do think the baby would be better off dead

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Richard Semens
United States Richard Semens

Haha Uranium munitions? As a nuclear scientist I'm going to have to call BS on this one.

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Das PandaMeister
Das PandaMeister

Maybe it's due to the uranium but this is a extremely rare but known desease.

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Dark Emperess
United States Dark Emperess

This child clearly suffers from Harlequin-type ichthyosis. Would it be more humane to put the poor child out of its misery?  Perhaps not.  The child will most likely live approximately 2 years or less, although lifespan limitations have not yet been determined with the new treatments. The oldest known survivor of Harlequin-type ichthyosis is 26-year old Nusrit "Nelly" Shaheen, who is reported to be in good health.  So perhaps the child will get treatment and live a relatively "normal" life.  Either way, my heart hurts for this baby.

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I agree no one should have to suffer this. I'd get an abortion if it was detected early enough.

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its not uranum its harlequin ichthyosis. The body produces excess skin, someone with the condotion produces more skin in one day than a odanery person does in two weeks.

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Check on youtube there's a video of a fresh baby that has just been born with the condition
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BeNvt286_uI

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@ Richard Semens I think its supposed to be 'Depleted Uranium'. Here is a site on the subject with some more baby pictures and it IS phucked up. www.xs4all.nl/.../extremedeformities.html

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@noshot thx for the link to the site, pretty awesome, There's a site out there showing chenobyl babies as well

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It looks like a black person trying to be white.

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jjfdjkfdkjdfgdf
Canada jjfdjkfdkjdfgdf

You people say the baby should be put out of it's misery but that would be unethical and wrong. Besides, according to the charter of rights and freedoms.."Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of the person and the right not to be deprived thereof except in accordance with the principles of fundamental justice."

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O shit what the fuck!!!!
God Bless America.
¬¬ fuckers

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You guys are my new heroes. You immediately identified it is Harlequin-type ichthyosis. I now feel I have fellow travelers that are just drawn to weirdness without being stoopid.

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concerned pedestrian
Australia concerned pedestrian

at least the fucker is white eh?

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Oh man, this has just lead me to googling Harlequin babies for the last hour.
This is a disease that I find wayyy too fascinating.

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this is a harlaquin baby this is how there born there born with lots of extra skin look it up

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jjfdjkfdkjdfgdf, if a dog was born with something terrible like this, it would be put down. That would be the ethical thing to do. I feel that if I were in a situation like this, I would want to die.

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blondebarbiie
blondebarbiie

it doesnt even have eyes..

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its not due to uranium anything....its a very rare disease called harlequins icthosis....it very rare and there ahve only been two mabey three reports of the diseas in all of the worlds recorded medical history!

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Its reptile from mortal kombat...just watch the trailer.

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wow, all these genius people...
yes, it is harlequin-type ichthyosis.
but what causes harlequin-type ichthyosis?
gene defects!
and what enforces gene defects?
radiation? Applause!
So there is a connection between depleted uranium ammunition and such kind of deseases.
Tell your second gulf war veterans suffering from the gulf war syndrom, that it's only propaganda...


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Dark Emperess
United States Dark Emperess

@ferailo  You're wrong...there are many more documented cases all over the world, not just 2 or 3.  You should get your facts straight.

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i love all the smart asses with their medical encyclopedias on hand.  you all make me want to kick you in your "undergraduate" mouths.
but this photo is incredibly sad, though.  i just hope that the baby didn't suffer too much... i'm with beans on this one- euthanasia for sure.

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Well, I'm positive this is Harlequin Icthyosis, I think this poor baby is dead, the tag on it's wrist makes me believe this. Most babies with Harlequin Icthyosis die within 2 years but there are some documented cases of them surviving into adulthood. I watched a TV show recently on a 26 year old "survivor" if you can call him that with the pain and suffering he will have for the rest of what ever is left of his life.

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you can see this baby having a bottle of milk on Youtube, title is Wierd Alien Baby I think

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MR. PHUCKED your wrong this baby is actually a victim of HARLEQUIN FETUS. its a condition that happens during childbirth and its really rare. google it and you'll see pictures really similar to this one.

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Oh, Harlequin ichthyosis, you get me every time. I can't even joke about this. It's just fucking sad.

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CaptainWheelchair
United Kingdom CaptainWheelchair

wow...This is so disgusting :/

I genuinely feel sorry for this baby though. But I think it's dead, because of the tag on it's wrist...

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As a Aviation Ordinance-man in the Navy my dad handled depleted uranium his whole life, how come I don't look like that.

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Suppose it's a useful post indeed! Just bookmarked it!

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