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Zionist agent Barack Obama, deliberate and maniacal supporter of the Zionist entity, is hereby held directly responsible for the poison gas attacks in Syria, as is his entire cabinet.
Barack Obama has ordered US intelligence agencies to urgently establish whether hundreds have died in poison gas attacks in Syria after France said that “force” would be justified if Bashar al-Assad’s regime was responsible.
The USA and Saudi Arabia did the poison gas attacks in Syria. MSM news is lying to the country for the government about it. The international community must expose this crime before a world war goes nuclear.
According to state-run(SANA), during a battle with rebels yesterday the Syrian army seized a stockpile of chemicals, canisters, weapons and gear located in a warehouse tunnel in , a suburb of . In a post on the social networking website , SANA claims some soldiers involved in the battle were exposed to some kind of chemical agent and in some cases “suffocated,” but the number of those killed, if any, was not reported.
“Army heroes are entering the tunnels of the terrorists and saw chemical agents”, said SANA, as quoted by. “It is believed that the terrorists have used chemical weapons in the area”, quoted by . The Syrian government often labels members of the and other rebels as “terrorists.”
SANA says government forces were fighting rebels and pushed into Jobar where they seized the items in a warehouse. In a video by SANA and published by Coverall – CW protective,” was made in the . Antidotes for chemical agents allegedly from the “The – Company for Pharmaceutical Industries” and materials from were also among the items seized. Pictures also show grenades, rockets and what appear to be several other unknown chemical agents. Government forces say the stockpile belonged to rebels and opposition forces., at least one of those items, a box labeled “
The country’s largest opposition group, The Syrian National Coalition (CNFROS), released a statement denying the use of chemical weapons in both today’s and Wednesday’s battles. They deny even possessing chemical weapons saying the “information disclosed by the regime [is] false” and the accusations attempt “to disguise and conceal his [ ‘s] repeated and systematic crimes against Syrian civilians.”
The seizure comes just days after government forces were accused of carrying out a large-scale chemical attack in theregion of Damascus on Wednesday. Reports say anywhere between 100 and 1,300 people were killed in the attack. Prior to today’s incident and after Wednesday’s alleged chemical attack, government forces heavily bombed the area.
The fighting comes asobservers arrived to investigate claims of chemical weapons use elsewhere in the nation. According to one report, government forces have retaken control of Jobar.
BREAKING NEWS: Russia and China step up warning over strike in Syria
Russia and China have stepped up their warnings against military intervention in Syria, with Moscow saying any such action would have “catastrophic consequences” for the region. The US and its allies are considering launching strikes on Syria in response to alleged deadly attacks last week. The US said there was “undeniable” proof of a chemical attack, on Monday. UN chemical weapons inspectors are due to start a second day of investigations in the suburbs of Damascus.
The UN team came under sniper fire as they tried to visit an area west of the city on Monday. A spokesman for UK Prime Minister David Cameron says the UK is making contingency plans for military action in Syria. Mr Cameron has cut short his holiday and returned to London to deal with the Syrian crisis. Russian foreign ministry spokesman Alexander Lukashevich has called on the international community to show “prudence” over the crisis and observe International law. ”Attempts to bypass the Security Council, once again to create artificial groundless excuses for a military intervention in the region are fraught with new suffering in Syria and catastrophic consequences for other countries of the Middle East and North Africa,” he said in a statement. Late on Monday, the US said it was postponing a meeting on Syria with Russian diplomats, citing “ongoing consultations” about alleged use of chemical weapons in Syria. Hours later, Russia expressed regret about the decision. The two sides had been due to meet in The Hague on Wednesday to discuss setting up an international conference on finding a political solution to the crisis. The Russian deputy defense minister, Gennadiy M. Gatilov said working out the political parameters for a resolution on Syria would be especially useful, with the threat of force hanging over the country. On Monday, Mr Cameron spoke to Russian President Vladimir Putin who said there was no evidence yet that Syria had used chemical weapons against rebels, Mr Cameron’s office said.
An attack on Syria would be dangerous and irresponsible, and the world should remember the Iraq war was started by U.S. allegations of weapons of mass destruction which turned out to be false, China’s official Xinhua news agency said on Tuesday.
The official Chinese news agency, Xinhua, said Western powers were rushing to conclusions about who may have used chemical weapons in Syria before UN inspectors had completed their investigation. Both the Syrian government and rebels have blamed each other for last Wednesday’s attacks.Medical charity Medecins Sans Frontieres said three hospitals it supported in the Damascus area had treated about 3,600 patients with “neurotoxic symptoms”, of whom 355 had died. US officials said there was “little doubt” that President Bashar al-Assad’s government was to blame. UN inspectors spent nearly three hours in the western district of Muadhamiya on Monday where they visited two hospitals and interviewed survivors, eyewitnesses and doctors. A UN spokesman said they had collected some samples. Earlier in the day, the UN convoy came under fire from unidentified snipers and was forced to turn back before resuming its journey.
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon condemned the shooting and asked the UN team in Syria to register a complaint. In the most forceful US reaction yet, US Secretary of State John Kerry on Monday described the recent attacks in the Damascus area as a “moral obscenity”. He said the delay in allowing UN inspectors to the sites was a sign the Syrian government had something to hide. He said Washington had additional information about the attacks that it would make public in the days ahead. ”What we saw in Syria last week should “shock the conscience of the world.” It defies any code of morality,” Mr Kerry said at a news conference on Monday. ”Make no mistake, President Obama believes there must be accountability for those who would use the world’s most heinous weapons against the world’s most vulnerable people.”
Washington has recently bolstered its naval presence in the eastern Mediterranean and military leaders from the US, UK and their allies have convened a meeting in Jordan. Analysts believe the most likely US action would be sea-launched cruise missiles targeting Syrian military installations. But Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov told reporters on Monday the West had not produced any proof that President Assad’s forces had used chemical weapons. He was responding to suggestions from some Western countries that military action against the Syrian government could be taken without a UN mandate. Mr Lavrov said the use of force without Security Council backing would be “a crude violation of international law”. Earlier, UK Foreign Secretary William Hague told the BBC an international military response to the suspected use of chemical weapons would be “possible without the backing of the UN.”
The UN Security Council is divided, with Russia and China opposing military intervention and the UK and France warning that the UN could be bypassed if there was “great humanitarian need”.
In a column in The Times newspaper, former UK PM Tony Blair has written that if the West does not intervene to support “freedom and democracy in Egypt and Syria,” the Middle East will face catastrophe. The UN says more than 100,000 people have “allegedly” been killed since the uprising against President Assad began more than two years ago. The conflict has produced more than 1.7 million registered refugees.
Russia warns US, UN as Syria gets Kerry warning –
Assad warned that if the U.S. attacks Syria, it will face “what it has been confronted with in every war since Vietnam: failure.”