The Muslim Brotherhood is spread everywhere. They want to overthrow leaders in the Arab world for their Caliphate movement, and they will go to any extent to do it. Don’t believe in the BBC or any other media outlet, carping that president Bashar Hafez al-Assad poisoned his own people. Assad is no saint (he’s a Muslim after all and thrives on persecuting Israel), but he is defending his country against a huge influx (mass immigration) of extremists – just like the early formation of Palestine; all tied into the Muslim Brotherhood.
Assad has no reason or benefit from poisoning his own people nor does he have a history of it. He knows he is being watched by the useless powers to be in the U.S./EU and UK. He knows the consequences. This is a crime committed by the radicals fighting to overthrow Assad. Syrian military has denied using chemical weapons, and we actually believe them. Assad is anti-extremist and ‘pro-democracy’ but democracy is deeply anti-Islamic and in violation of the Quran to the Muslim Brotherhood and their terror branches across the world.
The Muslim Brotherhood offshoot Hamas do the exact same thing in Palestine: they kill their own people or use them as weapon shields, film it, and then announce it to the media and blame it on Israel. In Syria the “opposition” has quickly been eager to give footage of themselves “helping” victims and provided it to international media. But several footages shot in a hospital show ‘medical staff’ with beards behind the face masks. That’s extremists. The unmanaged beard is a must for ultra-conservative Muslims who are members of the Muslim Brotherhood and/or terror group branches. The fact that they are so eager to show the damage and flaunt a lot of images of children, demonstrates dubious propaganda.
Extremists don’t care at all about human life. Muslims use the same war tactics wherever they go when they aim to overthrow their leaders. And they exploit western media and the utterly dumb politicians we have to gain their success, by getting Western military to do the work for them. Most likely these chemical weapons have been smuggled into the country via Iran. Iran has a huge volume of chemical engineers and medical researchers and are in full steam developing these kind of agents.
[TMI: Syrian president Bashar Hafez al-Assad has to deal with nasty radicals flooding his country, raping, killing and poisoning his people while he simultaneously deal with the total morons in the EU and the U.S. administration who will not allow him to fight against the extremists. He’s between a rock and a hard place, basically]
This is how the Muslim Brotherhood works. And they are now flooded everywhere through mass immigration, fake passports and asylum policies; all over the U.S., all over Europe, all over Canada – you name it. Pay close attention to how they behave because they will use the same tactic in the West one day.
Western media fall for Muslim Brotherhood propaganda:
Syrian opposition claims 1,300 killed in chemical attack
Britain will go to the United Nations over claims of a nerve gas attack near Damascus that rebels say has killed over 1,000 people, with William Hague saying the reports would mark a “shocking escalation” if proved true.
By Hannah Strange, agencies
11:24AM BST 21 Aug 2013
The Syrian National Coalition, the main Western-backed opposition group in the country, said at a press conference that 1,300 people had been killed as shells loaded with poisonous gas rained down on the capital’s eastern suburbs of Douma, Jobar, Zamalka, Arbeen and Ein Tarma.
George Sabra, the group’s deputy head, told reporters in Istanbul the attack was a “coup de grace that kills all hopes for a political solution in Syria”..
The death toll he gave represented a vast increase from the figure of 213 suggested earlier by activists and medical sources.
The government of Bashar Assad issued a strong denial, accusing activists of seeking to distract a United Nations team currently visiting the country to probe alleged use of chemical weapons.
“Reports on the use of chemical weapons in (the suburbs of) Ghouta are totally false,” state news agency SANA said.
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Dead bodies of Syrian children after an alleged poisonous gas rocket attack fired by regime forces
[TMI: Reality? It’s by Muslim Brotherhood extremists flooding into the country from neighbouring countries. They’re fighting for their Caliphate and want to remove Arab leaders who appear too pro-Western and pro-democratic]
Syrian activists inspect the bodies of people they say were killed by nerve gas in the Ghouta region, in the Duma neighbourhood of Damascus (Reuters)
[TMI: Pay attention to the beard under that face mask, and below. This is not an activist. This is an ultra-conservative, likely a Muslim Brotherhood member]
Neither the reported deployment of chemical weapons nor the alleged death toll could be independently verified.
But William Hague, the Foreign Secretary, said Britain would raise the reported attack at the United Nations Security Council.
“I am deeply concerned by reports that hundreds of people, including children, have been killed in airstrikes and a chemical weapons attack on rebel-held areas near Damascus,” he said.
He said that if the reports were proved, they would mark a “shocking escalation”.
Saudi Arabia called for an emergency UN Security Council meeting to formulate a united response to the situation, Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud al-Faisal said.
“It is time for the Security Council to shoulder its responsibility and overcome differences between its members and restore the confidence of the international community by convening immediately to issue a clear and deterrent resolution that will put an end to this human crisis,” Prince Saud said in a statement.
The United Nations said it was investigating the reports. “The UN Secretary General is aware of the reports about an alleged gas attack in Syria. We are trying to find out more,” Ban Ki-Moon’s spokesman said on Twitter.
The European Union meanwhile demanded an “immediate and thorough” investigation into the alleged attack, the EU’s foreign policy spokesman said.
On Wednesday morning Bayan Baker, a nurse at Douma Emergency Collection facility said that at least 213 people had been killed including women and children, citing death tolls compiled at various medical centres.
The medic said that the victims displayed signs of exposure to chemical agents.
“They arrived with their pupil(s) dilated, cold limbs, and foam in their mouths,” the nurse told Reuters. “The doctors say these are typical symptoms of nerve gas victims.”
Videos uploaded to YouTube by activists showed rows of motionless bodies and medics attending to patients apparently in the grip of seizures. In one piece of footage, a young boy appeared to be foaming at the mouth while convulsing.
The Local Coordination Committees, a network of activists, reported hundreds dead following the “brutal use of toxic gas by the criminal regime”.
The attack “led to suffocation of the children and overcrowding field hospitals with hundreds of casualties amid extreme shortage of medical supplies to rescue the victims, particularly Atropine,” the LCC said.
Eastern Ghouta “was also shelled by warplanes following the chemical attack that is still ongoing, which led to hundreds of casualties and victims, among them entire families,” it added.
Gwyn Winfield of CBRNe World, a publication which covers non-conventional weapons, said it was difficult to pin down a specific chemical from the symptoms seen in footage but suggested it could be either a chemical weapon or a riot control agent.
“The lack of conventional munition marks does suggest that it was a non-conventional munition, or an RCA (riot control agent) in a confined space, but who fired it and what it was has yet to be proved,” Mr Winfield said.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights backed reports of a high death toll as a result of the alleged bombardment.
It called on the UN chemical experts and international organisations to visit the affected areas to ensure aid could be delivered and to “launch an investigation to determine who was responsible for the bombardment and hold them to account”.
A boy, affected by what activists say is nerve gas, is treated at a hospital in the Duma neighbourhood of Damascus
Syrian authorities and rebels have accused each other of using chemical agents in the course of the civil war, in which 100,000 people have been killed.
On Sunday a 20-strong team of UN observers arrived in Damascus after the Syrian government agreed to allow them to inspect three locations where the use of chemical weapons has been alleged.
The United Nations says it has received up to 13 reports of chemical weapons use in Syria, primarily from the United States, France and Britain, but also from the Assad government itself.
The use of chemical weapons is a hot button issue as Washington has marked it out as a “red line” in the conflict. In June, the Obama administration moved to send military support – in the form of arms – to Syrian rebels after declaring that the Assad government had used chemical weapons on opponents “multiple times”. However rebels say they have yet to receive the promised aid.
But Republican Senator John McCain on Wednesday laid partial blame for the alleged attack at Mr Obama’s feet, saying the blurring of the “red line” had enabled such assaults.
“No consequence for Assad using chemical weapons & crossing red line — we shouldn’t be surprised he’s using them again,” Mr McCain said.
An interview with Assad two months ago: