Of course it is biased. It is a bunch of hacks who really do not know what they are talking about. Oh, I looked through it. And this stuck out in my mind automatically: Continual usage of DU after Gulf War I on other Iraqi territories through the illegal No-Fly Zones and the major DU loaded Cruise Missiles attack of year 1998, all contributed in making the problem increasingly complex. OK, come on now... really? DU in cruise missiles? First of all, how is DU used? It has 2 uses as far as the military is concerned. One is in making armour that is resistant to standard munitions, like in tanks. The other is in ammunition designed to penetrate tank hulls. Now can anybody tell me they have heard of anti-tank cruise missiles? Anybody? Anywhere? I did not think so. So the use of DU in cruise missiles is absolutely laughable. But please, do not take my word for it. Here is a PR from the "International Coalition to Ban Uranium Weapons". As pointed out in our statement on the 21st March, we do not believe there is any hard evidence that DU has been used in cruise missiles. We have subsequently been contacted several times with links to articles, and in some cases documents which state that DU is used in cruise missiles. While we retain an open mind on these matters, none of these documents or articles amount to persuasive evidence that DU is to be found in these weapons. http://www.bandepleteduranium.org/en/a/404.html So here I am, useing information from an organization that wants to eliminate DU, and useing it to blast the claims of your source out of the water. So granted, my source is also not neutral, but at least they are willing to do some actual research, and not latch onto any silly, stupid, or crazy thing they hear.