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Chemical Weapons in Syrian are funded by Qatar

Politics - Nosratollah Tajik

Reference to Wednesday's allegedly deadly attacks in the Damascus area, public opinion are very angry and concerned about information regarding the use of chemical weapons in Syria, and the use of such weapons are strongly condemned by many people and governments. But there are “proof” Syrian rebels used chemical weapons in their conflict with the regime.
According to new report by "Voice of Russia"[1] on Sunday, 25th August, 1:20, the Syrian military have discovered a warehouse with chemical agents in a suburb of Damascus. Correspondent of the Al-Ihbariya Syrian information channel Yara Saleh who was among the journalists who inspected the site of the scary find has given an exclusive interview to The Voice of Russia. She said that the discovered warehouse was at the same time a laboratory where shells were stuffed with poisonous chemicals. The Syrian military found chemical weapons in the rebels’ tunnel located in the Jobar suburb of Damascus. Later the Syrian state TV showed the discovered poisonous agents and medical drugs.
Anti-government activists accuse Assad’s regime of carrying out a toxic gas attack Wednesday on the eastern suburbs of Damascus and have reported death tolls ranging from 136 to 1,300. The government calls the claims “absolutely baseless.” The U.S., Britain, France and Russia have all urged the Assad regime and the rebels fighting to overthrow him to cooperate with the United Nations and allow U.N. experts already in Syria to look into the latest purported use of chemical agents.
On the other hand UN High Representative for Disarmament Affairs Angela Kane who had arrived in Syria on Saturday to push for access to a suspected chemical weapons attack site for UN inspectors, who are already in Syria to investigate previous accusations, could get government agreement for their access for inspection.
On the 21st of August the UN Security Council held an extraordinary meeting and called for a thorough investigation of the reports about the tragedy in the suburbs of Damascus. Russia shares the view that a comprehensive investigation is indispensable. Russia has announced that, according to its information, on the 21st of August chemical agents were used in the suburbs of Damascus by the opposition units and not by Assad’s army. Accusations against the government troops are based on unverified information, while the Syrian government is concerned that the rebels might have more stocks of such chemical agents that they could use against civilians.
In this case region is at high risk, the scenario is another invasion of Muslim country after Iraq and Libya, but Iran has warned against any Western military intervention in the 29-month conflict, after the United States suggested it was weighing up such a possibility.
Although most reports suggest it was the Assad regime, but there are no any reason that, this murder has taken place by government while government is seen as winner of recent battles against rebels. So anti Assad forces could have orchestrated the attack hoping to benefit by blaming Assad and change the scene and equations on the ground. Some journalists believe it was Al Qaeda hoping to draw the US into yet another war to cost US treasure and lives, while some believe it was the CIA hoping to start a campaign to target extremist Muslims in Syria and punish or remove the Assad regime.
Cowardly states such as Qatar and Saudi Arabia are financing theses rebels and there some signs of their involvement in this murder as well. Information from January 2013 on chemical weapons a 'leaked e-mails from Britam' as a contractor shows that an order to deliver such weapons being financed from Qatar. Britam has admitted that it was hacked but denied that the emails released by the hacker were genuine. Alleged hacked emails from defense contractor Britam reveal a plan “approved by Washington” and funded by Qatar to stage a chemical weapons attack in Syria and blame it on the Assad regime, fulfilling what the Obama administration has made clear is a “red line” that would mandate US military intervention.[2]



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