Jabhat al-Nusra terrorist organization possess depots and hideouts which contain toxic weapons in a number of villages and towns, particularly in Ma’arat Misrin , 9km north of Idleb city, local sources said Sunday.
Local sources told SANA that al-Qaeda-linked Jabhat al-Nusra terrorist organization possesses a number of depots which contain toxic materials in Idleb Province, asserting that the Takfiri organization stores shells filled with toxic materials in the towns of Ghazleh and Ma’arat Misrin.
On 19 October, The US Department of State admitted that Ahrar al-Sham terrorist organization possesses chemical weapons in Idleb.
Part of the toxic substances possessed by the terrorists of Jabhat al-Nusra is locally made, while the other part is manufactured in private factories, likely Americans… … …
More than 80 people were killed in the incident in Syria, but a few weeks ago in the Iraqi city of Mosul, a U.S.-led coalition airstrike reportedly killed more than 200. In both cases government officials claimed terrorist munitions had been targeted. The Syria attack sparked immediate reaction – both in the media and from Western officials. (READ MORE: https://on.rt.com/87v8)
Trump has ‘drunk the Kool Aid’ on Syria narrative [fmr diplomat]
Dozens of people were killed on Tuesday by an apparent gas attack in Idlib, Syria. President Donald Trump spoke on the topic, saying that his “view of Assad has changed.” Former diplomat Jim Jatras joins “News with Ed” to discuss the impact of the reported chemical attack on geopolitics in the region and why he believes the mainstream media narrative of the Syrian conflict is flawed.
The rush to blame the Syrian government over what occurred in Idlib’s Khan Sheykhoun has resulted in calls for objectivity not only on the part of Syria, Russia, Iran, but also from within some quarters of the US establishment. The chemical, gas attack in Idlib, to many, would serve no interest of President Assad at a time of peace talks &, arguably, an upper hand militarily. It may though serve militants well, who have been able to not only store & use chemical weapons in the past, but can now use this to pressure the US & others into a more aggressive direct policy in Syria; if Trump’s reaction to the attack is anything to go by, they may have succeeded in that regard. Is this US administration going to step away from its refusal to force regime change in Syria? YES!!! Because all pro-Zionist are liars and murderers from the very beginning.
Trump Unmasked: ie, the true face of the American Zionists servants, fathers and protectors of their terrorist gangs
The United States has fired dozens of cruise missiles at a Syrian airfield in response to this week’s alleged chemical attack in the Arab country that it has blamed on the government, according to multiple media reports. The U.S. military launched on Friday morning at least 50 Tomahawk missiles against several targets on the “Shayrat” base in Homs province in western Syria, reports said citing U.S. military officials. The missiles were fired from U.S. Navy warships in the Mediterranean Sea, a official said, speaking on condition of anonymity. Trump ordered the strike just a day after he pointed the finger at Syrian President Bashar al-Assad for the deadly attack which killed at least 70 people in the town of Khan Shaykhun in Idlib. The foreign-sponsored militants active in the area and some Western officials blamed the attack on the Syrian military whereas Damascus rejected the allegation, insisting it “has never used them [chemical weapons], anytime, anywhere, and will not do so in the future.” Trump said on Thursday that “something should happen” with regard to Assad in the wake of Tuesday’s attack.
The U.S. has launched 50 to 60 Tomahawk missiles against the Syrian military base near Homs after President Donald Trump ordered the strikes in response for the chemical attack in Idlib, blaming the incident on President Bashar Assad. U.S. ships stationed in the Mediterranean Sea reportedly launched the strike on Syria’s Shayrat airbase on Thursday night local time. Fifty-nine U.S. Tomahawk Land Attack Missiles were launched from the U.S. warships USS Porter and USS Ross from the Eastern Mediterranean Sea, Pentagon spokesman Captain Jeff Davis said in a statement. (Read more).
“Of course if the ranks of the terrorist armies are made up of dunderheaded idiots, the elitist echelons seem comprised of those substantially devoid of imagination. It’s like they keep trying to pull off the same con job over and over again, thinking nobody will get wise.
A good many of us have indeed grown wise, but one who still remains bamboozled, at least if we go by his comments in the above video, is Donald Trump. This is the most inflammatory, war-like rhetoric we’ve seen yet from Trump. Is it really possible that neither the president nor his advisors have stopped to consider the point that security specialist and counter-terrorism advisor Charles Shoebridge makes by way of analysis in the following video–i.e. that at a time when it has been making “great victories sweeping across Syria in the fight against the rebels,” the Assad government really would have no motivation whatsoever for carrying out an attack of this nature…and that “the people who benefit from this kind of attack are the rebels themselves,” as the analyst puts it? Is it really possible Trump hasn’t considered this, or that he hasn’t bothered to question what the media, who he not so long ago accused of spreading fake news, are now reporting on this alleged chemical attack?
Or, alternately, is it possible that Trump has now (regardless of what he may or may not have been in the past) become a pawn of the deep state?” (Fig Trees and Vineyards, 5/4/2017)
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?
A gas attack has reportedly taken place in Khan Sheikhoun, in the mercenary-terrorists held Idlib province, killing at least 58 people, with various media outlets reporting that a rocket has since hit a hospital treating the victims. A Syrian military source has denied that Damascus was behind the attack.
Pictures circulated by terrorist members of the Al-Qaeda’s White Helmets showed rescue group using hoses to wash down the injured, as well as two men with white foam around their mouths.
The foreign-backed mercenary-terrorist groups of Daesh (IS, ISIS, ISIL) and Al-Nusra Front (Al-Qaeda in Syria) reportedly used many times chlorine-filled shells against the Syrian people as part of their intimidation tactics.