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Syrian Al-Qaeda offshoot al-Nusra Front produces Chemical Weapons

by: M. Klostermayr September 9, 2013

Jabhat al-Nusra produces chemical weapons in Syria, says a new report.

While the former White House Deputy Chief of Staff, Mr. Karl Rove, has criticized the U.S. President and Nobel Prize laureate Barack Obama for asking the Congress in the United States for the permission to attack Syria and then heading to Russia, a new report underlines that the Syrian Al-Qaeda offshoot, the Jabhat al-Nusra (al-Nusra Front) is producing chemical weapons on Syrian soil and thus, the assumptions recently made by e.g. the German intelligence chief that the Syrian government and Syria’s army would be the only power in Syria which has access to chemical weapons, is refuted.

These assumptions and conclusions by the German intelligence chief (BND) and other intelligence officers from the United States, France and Britain, which have served as support for the accusations against the Syrian government in Damascus that it has used chemical weapons (e.g. Sarin nerve agent) in attacks on Syrian civilians in suburbs of the capital on August 21 were already suspicious due to the situation that nobody can base such accusations on assumptions.

Every court would have rejected the claims based on such assumptions by e.g. the German intelligence chief. However, these persons tried to sell it as evidence for the accusations against the Syrian army and the government of President al-Assad in Damascus. Assumptions are worth nothing and they know it, of course. But the headlines following such statements including these assumptions which underlined the baseless accusations against Syria were useful for propaganda purposes and they probably hoped that it might convince some more people to support the Saudi-Israeli-American war plans against Syria.

The new report about the dangerous machinations of the Al-Qaeda-affiliated al-Nusra Front (Jabhat al-Nusra) in Syria says that the foreign-backed jihadists and terrorists operating in Syria have already produced chemical weapons (e.g. Sarin nerve gas / poison gas) in suburbs of the Syrian capital, Damascus. According to the report, it is even known who was responsible for producing chemical weapons in the ranks of the al-Nusra Front near Damascus.

The chemical weapons were allegedly produced by an individual person in the ranks of the Syrian Al-Qaeda offshoot – Hani Nour Eldin Aqeel. The poison gas / chemical weapons was produced in a workshop of the al-Nusra Front in the Syrian city of Yabroud. Afterwards, the poison gas (e.g. Sarin nerve gas) was transported to the city of Douma in domestic gas capsules, which are not uncommon in Syria.

The report says further that women have transported the domestic gas capsules, filled with deadly poison gas, from the Syrian city of Yabroud to the city of Douma, and in terms of these women, it is referred to as “Harayer al-Soura”. The report itself was published by the Arab news website Asianewslb on Sunday.

It is further mentioned that Syrian residents in the region have already stated that the Islamist fighters of the al-Qaeda-linked al-Nusra Front (Jabhat al-Nusra) have been running bomb-making workshops in Yabroud for a longer time. The Syrian locals also said that the al-Nusra Front have transported the produced bombs and the explosive devices to different regions of the Arab country, including the capital Damascus and Syria’s neighbouring country Lebanon.

Meanwhile, U.S. President Barack Obama has been criticized by another known person in the United States. The former White House Deputy Chief of Staff Karl Rove has criticized Barack Obama for asking the US Congress for its authorization for the attack on Syria and then heading to Russia.

Karl Rove said in a new interview that President Obama had a forty-five minute walks on Friday and then went to Sweden and the G-20 Summit in Russia after “he got right up to the edge” in terms of his intention to launch a war on Syria and his request for an approval for the war by a positive vote in the US Congress. Former White House Deputy Chief of Staff Karl Rove said this in his interview with the often biased Fox News in the United States:

“He (Barack Obama) got right up to the edge, and then on Friday has the forty-five minute walks, pulls back and heads off to Sweden and the G20. The energy behind it dissipated.”

But the Republican politician Karl Rove had more to say in terms of Obama, of course. For example, Karl Rove also stated in his interview with Fox News on Sunday that the war plans of the Obama administration on Syria are an “unmitigated disaster” and further said that “it’s amateur hour at the White House.” Rove made these remarks in his typical manner.

For example, the former White House Deputy Chief of Staff Karl Rove also made the following remarks in this new interview in direction to the Obama administration and their plans to attack Syria and to get the approval for such a war of aggression on the Arab country:

“We also have the problem of the political advisors around the president signalling that they’re trying to jam Congress. (…) We now have the Syrians with god knows how many days or weeks, if the United States does take action, to disperse all of these units, to protect themselves as much as possible, build human shields.”

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Report: Al-Nusra Front making chemical weapons in Syria

A report says the foreign-backed militants operating inside Syria have been making chemical weapons in the suburbs of the Syrian capital, Damascus.

The weapons, which are made by an individual named Hani Nour Eldin Aqeel in a workshop in the city of Yabroud, are smuggled to the city of Douma in domestic gas capsules by women who have come to be referred to as Harayer al-Soura, the Arabic-language news website Asianewslb reported on Sunday.

Meanwhile, local reports also said that the al-Qaeda-linked al-Nusra Front has been running bomb-making workshops in Yabroud and transfer the explosives to the different areas of Syria, including the capital, as well as neighboring Lebanon.

The al-Nusra Front has been behind many of the deadly bombings targeting both civilians and government institutions across Syria.
The development comes as the United States is struggling to secure support for military action against Syria over the accusation that the Syrian government has used chemical weapon against its people.

The US Congress will officially start debating a US administration plan for war when lawmakers end their recess on September 9.

The recent war rhetoric against Syria first gained momentum on August 21, when the militants operating inside the Middle Eastern country and its foreign-backed opposition claimed that over a thousand people had been killed in a government chemical attack on the outskirts of Damascus.

The Syrian government categorically rejected the accusation.

The UN, Iran, Russia, and China have warned against war.

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Evidence: Syrian Rebels used Chemical Weapons (not Assad)

Saudi Chemicals in hands of Syrian Rebels

August 27, 2013
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By Walid Shoebat and Ben Barrack

Recent news of a chemical weapons attack in Syria smacks of desperation. The question comes down to who is most desperate right now, the Assad regime or the Muslim Brotherhood rebels? Consider that since June, Assad’s forces have been winning. According to a CBS News report from last month, victories for the rebels had become “increasingly rare” and that the Muslim Brotherhood-backed opposition fighters were sustaining “some of their heaviest losses” near Damascus.

The New York Times echoed this sentiment, even saying that before gaining the upper hand, concerns were that Assad would use chemical weapons; he did not.

In fact, even before Assad’s forces gained the momentum, a UN official reportedly found evidence of rebels using chemical weapons but no evidence Assad’s regime did. This, from a Washington Times article by Shaun Waterman dated May 6, 2013:

Testimony from victims strongly suggests it was the rebels, not the Syrian government, that used Sarin nerve gas during a recent incident in the revolution-wracked nation, a senior U.N. diplomat said Monday.

Carla del Ponte, a member of the U.N. Independent International Commission of Inquiry on Syria, told Swiss TV there were “strong, concrete suspicions but not yet incontrovertible proof,” that rebels seeking to oust Syrian strongman Bashar al-Assad had used the nerve agent.

But she said her panel had not yet seen any evidence of Syrian government forces using chemical weapons, according to the BBC, but she added that more investigation was needed. {emphasis ours}

Today, while the rebels are more desperate than they were at the time of that article, evidence of rebels using chemical weapons is available; evidence Assad’s regime has used them is not.

Waterman wrote…

Rebel Free Syrian Army spokesman Louay Almokdad denied that rebels had use chemical weapons.

That doesn’t square with a video uploaded on August 23, 2013, in which Free Syrian operatives threatened to launch chemical weapons:

Read More & Video: Evidence: Syrian Rebels used Chemical Weapons (not Assad) | Walid ShoebatWalid Shoebat.

Obama Threatens War against Syria

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Sun, Apr 24, 2011, 03:18 AM
by Tom McGregor

President Barack Obama is threatening another war against a Middle East country. He is demanding Syria allow for so-called democratic protests, or face the consequences. Nevertheless, the Syrian government does not wholeheartedly agree with the Obama Doctrine, otherwise known as George Soros’s foreign policy concept of Right to Protect, and is rebuking Obama for interfering in its own internal affairs.

According to Fox News, “a Syrian official fired back at President Barack Obama’s condemnation of the latest use of force by the government against demonstrators as two parliamentarians resigned in protest over the violent crackdown.”

A government official from Syria expressed regret over Obama’s criticism, arguing that it was not “based on an objective and comprehensive view of what is truly happening.”

As reported by Fox News, “Obama on Friday said the regime’s ‘outrageous’ use of violence against the protestors must ‘end now.’ Syrian security forces killed at least nine people when they opened fire on thousands at funeral processions Saturday.”

Rights campaigners told Reuters on Sunday that secret police raided homes nearby Damascus overnight in an effort to suppress opposition against Syrian President Bashar Assad.

To read the entire article from Fox News, link here:

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