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The Syrian government was quickly blamed by the West after the terrorists-controlled Idlib region saw a chemical attack that reportedly killed dozens of civilians. However, a UK security analyst told RT the rebels were the only force that benefited from the incident.


Terrorist gangs are losing ground and suffer serious losses on the entire Syrian territory: despite the help in arms and men from neighboring countries, as well as those of the Western intelligence services, and despite the air raids and bombings by the Zionist entity, both Al-Nusra Front that Daesh (and gangs related to them), continue to be decimated and annihilated by the Syrian armed forces and their allies.
Why the Damascus government should take an action so stupid (just after a session of international peace talks), to get in a bad light and undermining the already difficult relations with the nations of the Western world? Cui bono, cui prodest?
(SFP-WP)


 

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