Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Syrian regime used poisonous gas under Iranian, Russian supervision: dissident officer

Syria gave up on its Army after the War with Israel and banked instead on Chemical stockpiles.  They’ve got plenty.  Via Al Arabyia,

A Syrian dissident military officer, Capt. Abdul Salam Ahmed Abdul Razek, said the Syrian regime is using internationally prohibited poisonous gas against protestors under the supervision of both Iran and Russia.


“The Syrian army used nerve gas to facilitate the invasion of Homs and was planning to do the same in Jebel al-Zawia and al-Zabadani,” Abdul Razek told Al Arabiya.


According to Abdul Razek, who worked in the Syrian army’s Chemical Warfare Division, the army has in its possession large quantities of a poisonous asphyxiating substance that is banned internationally.

Syrian regime used poisonous gas under Iranian, Russian supervision: dissident officer

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