Sources please. Without a credible source its obvious this is a bunch of BS. Besides Iraq couldn't afford a laser pointer, what makes you think
that they could build an anti-personal laser gun. Wouldn't people have heard if 4,000 Iranians were burned by lasers during a war. Like I said
before, sources please.
Although modified lasers could do damage, it would be a bit expensive. The other problem is that although lasers are accurate, the beam is narrow and
eyes are small targets. At long range it's probobly not easy to hit right on the eye. It just seems unlikely.
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