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PostMon Aug 26, 2013 5:29 am » by Truthdefender


No matter what I do, I can't get to page 12 of this thread. I can navigate anywhere else, but page 12. Figured I'd post my way there. Ha!

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Straight to 13!

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PostMon Aug 26, 2013 1:06 pm » by Reposoul


Weapons inspectors investigating an alleged chemical attack in Damascus have been shot at by snipers, the UN has said.

The alleged shooting came after the team's hotel in the city was rocked by at least two mortar bombs.
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PostMon Aug 26, 2013 1:25 pm » by Slith


Reposoul wrote:Weapons inspectors investigating an alleged chemical attack in Damascus have been shot at by snipers, the UN has said.

The alleged shooting came after the team's hotel in the city was rocked by at least two mortar bombs.


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Snipers have opened fire on a convoy of UN inspectors heading to the sites of suspected chemical weapons attacks in Syria's capital, the UN has said.

The UN did not say who fired the shots, but the first car in the convoy was hit and the team returned to a checkpoint.

The Syrian government and the rebels had agreed to a ceasefire to allow the inspectors to collect evidence.

The experts say they will continue the inquiry into Wednesday's attacks in Damascus, in which hundreds died.

The US says there is little doubt Syrian forces used chemical weapons in the attack, which reportedly killed more than 300 people in a rebel-held area in eastern Damascus.

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad dismissed the accusation as "an insult to common sense" and warned the US against military intervention.

"If someone is dreaming of making Syria a puppet of the West, then this will not happen," he told the Russian newspaper Izvestiya.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-23838900
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PostMon Aug 26, 2013 2:17 pm » by Mr.Manunnaki


I wouldnt trust the zionist bbc for news personally,i found out today the CIA has admitted to supplying Saddam Hussein with sarin, mustard gas and sattelite locations of Iranian troops whilst they were engaged in the Iraqi-Iranian war of 1988 and also when it was used against the Kurds,This same pattern has emerged time and time again,so again i think its quite clear who the perpertrators are i.e not the Syrian government,people of U.S and the world ,have to wake up and stop these guys and their axis of buddies from being in power :peep: :cheers:

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PostMon Aug 26, 2013 2:24 pm » by Flipper


Wasn't there a theory that the CIA was using snipers in Egypt recently? Maybe they are just trying to make it convincing for the UN team in Syria.
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PostMon Aug 26, 2013 2:48 pm » by Slith


Mr.Manunnaki wrote:i found out today the CIA has admitted to supplying Saddam Hussein with sarin, mustard gas and sattelite locations of Iranian troops


Do you have a link for this?
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PostMon Aug 26, 2013 3:44 pm » by grimghost



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Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has warned that 'failure awaits the United States' if it launches a war on his country.


"Failure awaits the United States as in all previous wars it has unleashed, starting with Vietnam and up to the present day," Assad said in an interview published on the Russian newspaper Izvestia on Monday.

He was reacting to the recent war rhetoric by US officials about a possible attack on Syria over the government's alleged use of chemical weapons in the country.

Assad rejected as politically motivated the Western allegations about the use of chemical weapons by the Syrian army.

"The comments [accusing the government of using chemical weapons] made by politicians in the West and other countries are an insult to common sense... It is nonsense," Assad stated.

"Would any state use chemical or any other weapons of mass destruction in a place where its own forces are concentrated? That would go against elementary logic."

The Syrian president also said his country is dealing with both individual terrorist groups and entire terrorist armies that are similar in terms of ideology and are backed by the same sponsors.

Assad said Saudi Arabia is both the ideological and financial sponsor of terrorists, propagating Wahhabi ideology and supplying money to insurgents.

The Syrian president added that there is no army in the world that can be fully operational throughout a country, and this is what terrorists take advantage of.

However, he underlined that the Syrian army can destroy the militancy in the country, not immediately, but eventually.

President Assad noted that tens of thousands of foreign terrorists are passing into Syria every month. He added that the Israeli regime is involved in fighting against the Syrian government and as evidence noted that Israel's treating of "dozens of terrorists in its hospitals."

Assad said that Western leaders would not succeed in turning Syria into a puppet of the West.

"If someone dreams of turning Syria into a puppet of the West - they won't succeed."

The US Department of Defense has said that Washington is ready for military action if US President Barack Obama gives the go ahead.

On Saturday, Obama held high-level talks with his security aides over a range of potential options. France and Israel have already called for military action.

On August 21, the so-called opposition Syrian National Coalition claimed that 1,300 people were killed in a government chemical attack on militant strongholds in Damascus suburbs of Ain Tarma, Zamalka and Jobar.

The Syrian government, however, has vehemently rejected the allegation, saying foreign-backed militants had carried out the attack with the aim of framing the government.

On August 24, Syrian forces found chemical agents in tunnels dug by the militants in Jobar.

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PostMon Aug 26, 2013 4:35 pm » by Hurtswhenipee


Good reporting all. Keep it coming, Thanks

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PostMon Aug 26, 2013 5:16 pm » by *WillEase*


Published on Aug 26, 2013

The US and many of its allies seem impatient to wait for the UN findings - with American warships already converging near the war-torn state - and the British are preparing to join them. RT's Maria Finoshina looks at where their confidence comes from in blaming the Syrian government for using chemical weapons - and where it might lead.


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PostMon Aug 26, 2013 5:38 pm » by *WillEase*


Syria: UN inspectors access suspected chemical weapons attack site - live
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