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2017/18 Syrien
May 17, 2018

Syria - Inconsistent, Incomplete And Implausible - The OPCW Report On Saraqib Is Another Disgrace
On February 4, two days before a UN Security Council meeting on chemical weapon issues, a Syrian army helicopter flew into Idelb governorate which is held by al-Qaeda. Escaping the quite effective air defenses of the terrorists it dropped two chlorine gas cylinders near a militarily irrelevant agricultural warehouse 40 kilometers away from the front line of the war. Eleven men of fighting age who are living in the al-Qaeda ruled territory were allegedly impacted by the released gas but none of them was seriously hurt.
The implausible story above is the base of a recent report by the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons. All 'evidence' for the tale comes from organizations which tightly cooperated with al-Qaeda and other militant 'rebel' groups in Syria and are paid by 'western' governments opposed to Syria. The implausible story is repeated in the 'western' press without any journalistic skepticism.
The British Guardian writes:
The fact-finding mission by the OPCW on the Saraqeb attack determined that “chlorine was released from cylinders by mechanical impact on 4 February,” it said on Wednesday. The team’s conclusions were based on finding two cylinders that were determined as previously containing chlorine. 
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The incident is by no means the worst chemical weapons attack during the seven-year civil war, but it led to 11 people being treated for breathing difficulties. Western observers said the use of helicopters in the attack suggested Syrian government involvement since the opposition did not have access to helicopters.
Saraqib in Idleb governorate has been in the hands of the Syrian 'opposition' since late 2012/early 2013. In April 2013 Syrian 'rebel' forces alleged that a chemical attack with Sarin took place in Saraqib. However only one person died, allegedly from of Sarin intoxication, while no Sarin traces were found on two other affected persons.
On February 4 2018 new claims were made of a 'chemical attack' in Saraqib. The war front line is far away from Saraqib. No military operation has taken place there for years. The 'chemical attack' allegations came (us usual) at a political convenient time:
Amnesty International has accused the Assad regime of showing “utter contempt” of international law following a chlorine gas attack on the town of Saraqib Sunday. This latest chemical attack comes just one day before the U.N. Security Council failed to agree on a U.S.-proposed statement Monday condemning the continued use of chemical weapons in the war-torn nation.
The Amnesty International report is solely based on anonymous 'witness testimony' from propaganda organizations financed by countries which oppose the Syrian government:
Cont. reading: Syria - Inconsistent, Incomplete And Implausible - The OPCW Report On Saraqib Is Another Disgrace
 
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Pearson Sharp‏ @PearsonSharp 6 Std.Vor 6 Stunden
"OPCW says chlorine 'likely' used in Syria based on open-source info & samples provided by jihadists..."

"... and SAMPLES... PROVIDED... by JIHADISTS."

"JIHADISTS".
 
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Jenseits der Propaganda

Syrien ist anders als man es uns Glauben machen will.

von Rubikons Weltredaktion 

Claudia Fahlbusch lebt als Texterin und Autorin in der Schweiz. Über Ostern reiste sie mit rund 20 anderen Interessierten nach Syrien. Sie stieß auf überwältigende Offenheit und Herzlichkeit bei den Einheimischen und entdeckte ein Land, das mit der medialen Darstellung hierzulande als „Herz der Finsternis“ wenig zu tun hat. Ihre Eindrücke hat sie in einem Videotagebuch festgehalten und schildert sie im Interview mit Rubikon.....

weiter > https://www.rubikon.news/artikel/jenseit...propaganda
 
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US seeking to turn OPCW into ‘manipulation instrument’ to exert pressure on Syria – Russian MoD
Washington and its allies are trying to force the OPCW to level accusations against Damascus even though there is no solid evidence of its culpability in alleged chemical incidents in Syria, the Russian Defense Ministry said.

“The initiators of the missile strike [against Syrian government targets in April] attempt to force the OPCW [Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons] to bring any accusations [against] Damascus,” even though pinning the blame is actually beyond the scope of the international chemical weapons watchdog’s jurisdiction, the ministry said in a statement.
The ultimate goal of the US and its allies is to turn the OPCW into a “US-controlled manipulation instrument [used] to exert political pressure on Syria,” the Defense Ministry said. The US, the UK and France particularly try to do that to retroactively justify their strikes against the Syrian military and civilian facilities, it added.....

https://www.rt.com/news/427048-us-opcw-m...tion-tool/
 
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May 19, 2018

Syria Sit-Rep - Liberating The M5 Lifeline
In this situation report we look at the consolidation of the Syrian government space, discuss the upcoming operations to secure the vital M5 highway, clear up the S-300 confusion and provide a bit on the political developments.
Over the last twelve month the Syrian Arab Army and its allies made a lot of progress......
http://www.moonofalabama.org/2018/05/syr....html#more
 
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