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“Four months ago, Turkish security forces found a two-kilogram cylinder with sarin gas after searching the homes of Syrian militants from the al-Qaeda and al-Nusra. They are using our borders to take the gas into Syria,” Mohamad Gunes said.
“The Syrian president has no reason to kill his own people,” he added.
People in the southern province, which borders Syria, said that the weapons were used by the al-Qaeda-linked al-Nusra Front militants and not the Syrian government.
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“America and Israel had al-Qaeda use chemical weapons in order to push us into war; none of us wants war here. In the history of Hatay, we all lived peacefully side by side, now there is Mossad, CIA and al-Qaeda all over the place. We are worried that they might use chemical weapons against us,” said Farid Mainy, a Hatay resident and an activist.
The residents believe the Turkish government is allowing the transfer of weapons because Ankara is trying to create a pretext in order to wage war on its neighbor.
US President Barack Obama is trying to convince the Congress to approve a military strike against Syria over the alleged use of chemical weapons by the Syrian government.
Washington says it has obtained evidence proving that the Syrian army was behind the chemical attack near Damascus on August 21, which killed hundreds of Syrians.
The Syrian government has repeatedly said that the deadly attack was carried out by militants operating inside the country in a bid to draw in a foreign military intervention.
Obama has delayed military action pending Congressional approval at a vote scheduled for September 9.
On Monday, Russia dismissed as “absolutely unconvincing” the evidence presented by the US accusing the Syrian government of the gas attack.
“When you ask for more detailed proof, they say all of this is classified so we cannot show this to you,” Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov stated.
Syria has been gripped by deadly unrest since 2011. According to reports, the Western powers and their regional allies — especially Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey — are supporting the militants operating inside Syria.
In a statement issued on Tuesday, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said that the number of Syrian refugees, who have fled the country’s 29-month-long conflict, reached two million.
“Syria is hemorrhaging women, children and men who cross borders often with little more than the clothes on their backs,” the UNHCR said.
The UN refugee agency also said that some 4.2 million people have also been displaced inside Syria since the beginning of the conflict in the Arab country.
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roslan bayu said:
we commented since the first attack happened that the Syrian Authority did not use CW. what ever it is, we just cannot imagine or believe that the Syrian Authority uses it. THE WHOLE THING IS A TOTAL LIE. AS GOOD MUSLIMS WE HAVE HIGH INTEGRITY N MORAL VALUES. KILLING OF INNOCENT CIVILIANS IN BATTLES OR WAR IF FORBIDDEN IN ISLAM, TOTAL FACT, NO ARGUMENT. LAW LAID DOWN BY OUR GOD N LORD.
Trk Threeightyseven said:
You know I am getting a little sick of the 100+ different stories. I WANT to hear from ASSAD himself! How come the man has not had a press conference or something, refuting any allegations in regards to the chemical weapons HE is being blamed for? I have heard from everyone else accept the accused! As a mediator I like to HEAR all PARTIES involved. Hey ASSAD speak up!
We don’t know where you are reading the news, but on the web, and on this netwok as well, there are a differents interviews with Presiden al-Assad: just digit Bashar al-Assad on the “serch” engine and you will find the latest declarations of H.E. President Bashar al-Assad:
this is one
and this is another one
Goodness gracious – you can hear from Assad himself from several different sources. Assad gives more interviews than probably any other leader. And he is excellent at them. He explains things patiently, politely, and precisely. Check out the links above. There is also an interview with a German filmmaker answering cw allegations and I think it is mentioned in a British one as well.