You should be ashamed.
You make the following statement.
Depleted uranium a bi product of weaponery used, especially in the seige of Fallujah is causing masses of cancers and birth defects.
Yet the the story you linked to explicitly doesn't support your claim.
Where is your proof that the incidence of cancer is greater now than previously? Where is your proof DU is causing any diseaases or birth defects.
City of Fallujah saw heavy fighting
In November 2004 Fallujah was the scene of intense fighting as US marines recaptured the town from insurgents in one of the biggest urban offensives since Vietnam. Troops used flares of white phosphorus, a toxic substance, to illuminate enemy positions, but they say it was not used as a weapon, which is illegal under international law. It is not known whether the US also used bombs containing depleted uranium (DU),
which is weakly radioactive. Some Iraqis suggest there is a link between these chemicals and the deformities seen in children. However, a United Nations study after the Kosovo conflict concluded that the probability of significant exposure to DU, even after military action, was low.
With data patchy, the cause is still unclear
Experts warned against reading too much into the findings from Fallujah. Alastair Hay, professor of genetics, health and therapeutics at Leeds University, said the cause of the birth defects remained unclear
. Narmin Othman, the Iraqi environment minister, said: “The general health of the city is not good. There is no sewerage system and there is a lot of stagnant household waste, creating sickness.” She said water quality was poor because drought had limited the flow of the Euphrates and Tigris rivers. Doctors have only recently begun to compile accurate data on the number of birth defects. A detailed investigation will be necessary if researchers are to identify the cause of the apparent rise in abnormalities.