Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Chemical Weapons Found In Syrian Rebel Stronghold (Videos)

By Susan Duclos
The video below shows what is claimed to be a Syrian rebel chemical weapons stronghold and plant, going through the items found which include gas masks produced in the United States, Atropine from Qatar, which is the preferred antidote for immediate management of toxicity associated with nerve agents and other chemical agents, and a label found on cans containing chemicals used to make chemical weapons, from Saudi Arabia.
The video shows the report is  from the Abkhazian Network News Agency, which is not listed as a Syria news agency, according to Wiki, but it is obvious the Syrian Army was eager to allow them access to the rebel hideaway to show what they call proof that it was the Obama backed rebels that conducted the chemical attacks, using products supplied by the U.S., Qatar and Saudi Arabia.


The second video is an interview with a French activist who lives in Damascus, who claims there is satellite imagery proving the rebels conducted the chemical attacks and not the Syrian Government.



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