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Sunday, December 09, 2012

Assad used chemical weapons on Syrian civilians near Aleppo?

While the world shakes its fingers at Bashar al-Assad warning him not to use chemical weapons in Damascus, the Syrian rebels posted a video on Saturday that shows that either (a) they have a great makeup department, (b) they know how to steal videos and make them their own, or (c) Assad's troops used chemical weapons outside of Aleppo.

Let's go to the videotape. This one is a bit graphic.



Here are more details about the video (Hat Tip: Director Blue).
The rebels claim that the video was filmed in a suburb of Aleppo, where the Syrian regime reportedly maintains its largest depot of chemical weapons.

Citing intelligence reports, British Foreign Secretary William Hague on Saturday warned that the Syrian government might use its sizable stockpile of chemical weapons against the rebels fighting to overturn Syrian President Bashar Assad’s regime, AFP reported.

“We are extremely concerned about the stockpiles of chemical and biological weapons, and we are also concerned about evidence during the last couple of weeks that the regime could use them,” Hague said on the sidelines of a regional security conference in Manama, the capital of Bahrain.

The London-based Sunday Times reported that Israeli commandos were on the ground in Syria, monitoring the regime’s chemical weapons depots.

“For years we’ve known the exact location of Syria’s chemical and biological munitions,” an Israeli source said was quoted as saying. “But in the past week we’ve got signs that munitions have been moved to new locations.”
Oh and by the way, the weapons came from Iraq, just like I reported six years ago

UPDATE MONDAY 4:52 PM

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1 Comments:

At 3:12 AM, Blogger Findalis said...

You forgot #4. The Rebels had an accident trying to make Mustard Gas. That is what these wounds look like.

Or they are employing the same idiots who make the Pallywood films.

 

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