Terrorists in Syria Intend Using CWs Mattis Denies They Have
by Stephen Lendman (stephenlendman.org - Home - Stephen Lendman)
Russia has indisputable evidence of a planned CW false flag incident in Syria expected any time.
Its reconciliation center in Syria said (US-supported) Tanzim ?urras ad-Din (Guardians of Religion Organization) terrorists "are engaged in the direct preparation of sites for the detonation of containers loaded with poisonous substances during the shooting of a video about 'chemical attacks' " to be falsely blamed on Syrian forces, adding:
"Twenty-two children and their parents" were abducted from Aleppo to be used as props for the incident.
"Another group of orphans abducted from refugee camps, intended for the shooting of the lethal scenes, is now held in…the Iqab prison, controlled by (US-supported) Nusra Front terrorists."
"According to irrefutable information of the Russian Center for Syrian Reconciliation, nine scenes of the alleged use of 'chemical weapons' by Syrian troops against civilians were filmed on September 9 in the settlement of Jisr al-Shughur in the province of Idlib by the crews of a number of Middle Eastern channels and the regional affiliate of a US television news channel."
White Helmets and al-Nusra terrorists intend sending videotaped scenes to the UN, OPCW, and social media - to be widely distributed to large audiences worldwide.
They arrived at the intended crime scene days earlier with canisters of chlorine and possible sarin gas.
On Tuesday, US war secretary James Mattis claimed "zero evidence that the opposition has any chemical capability, notwithstanding what Russia has been broadcasting repeatedly" - a bald-faced lie.
He declined to say how US and partnered forces will respond to the well-planned imminent CW false flag.
Russia began warning about the incident in late August, citing indisputable evidence of what's coming.
On Tuesday, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said "(w)e warned the US and its allies against new dangerous steps" in Syria - related to the planned CW attack in Idlib province, adding:
Despite the OPCW confirming elimination of all Syrian CWs, Damascus is still accused of intending to use toxic agents in Idlib it doesn't have.
Russia's UN envoy Vasily Nebenzia called for his US counterpart Nikki Haley to disclose Syrian sites where Washington claims CWs are stored.
He urged passing the information to the OPCW so its experts can inspect the locations, confirming whether or not toxins are stored there.
According to Zakharova, "the OPCW received no information or inquiries, which again proves the true intentions of the Western trio, apparently in this case based on less than legitimate considerations."
No Syrian CW storage sites exist to report to the OPCW.
Separately, Turkey increased supplies of weapons and munitions to anti-Assad terrorists in Idlib province, according to Reuters citing a so-called Free Syrian Army terrorist commander, saying:
The Erdogan regime "pledged complete Turkish military support for a long, protracted battle…These (heavy) arms supplies and munitions will allow the battle to extend and ensure our supplies are not drained in a war of attrition."
Like America, Turkey pretends to oppose the scourge of terrorism in Syria it supports.
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