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Emotional Woman Attacks John McCain on Syria at Town Hall
6 September 2013 | .

By Paul Joseph Watson
Video: Syrian Rebel Admits Using Chemical Weapons
6 September 2013 | “We’ll kill their women and children like Osama Bin Laden said”

Russia releases key findings on chemical attack near Aleppo indicating similarity with rebel-made weapons
4 September 2013 | Probes from Khan al-Assal show chemicals used in the March 19 attack did not belong to standard Syrian army ammunition, and that the shell carrying the substance was similar to those made by a rebel fighter group, the Russian Foreign Ministry stated.

By former United Nations Officials
Syria : the case for peace
4 September 2013 | This appeal against precipitous military strikes against the Syrian regime of Bashar al-Assad is signed by several former high-ranking officials of the United Nations, UNESCO, UNICEF and the International Labour Organsiation. “People who accuse the Security Council of inaction should remember how Western powers abused a Security Council resolution to stage a full-fledged attack on Libya in order to perform ’regime change’ in that country - this is what motivates Russia and China’s opposition to any Security Council motion that may lead to intervention in Syria,” they argue.

Lavrov: Evidence of chemical weapons use in Syria should not be kept secret
2 September 2013 | Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has said that a ’regime of secrecy’ by the West is unacceptable with regard to Syria and evidence of the use of chemical weapons there. Information sharing is a must.

Shocking Story That Could Derail Attack on Syria
2 September 2013 | This is the most credible explanation for the chemical weapons incident, and it is not being reported by mainstream media, although it is well sourced. It is credible because war is a series of accidents, collateral damage, and unforeseen consequences. And the US has a history of interpreting unclear incidents as deliberate attacks that must be answered by war. Think of the Tonkin Gulf... a blip on a radar screen. [Diana Johnstone]

Syrian rebels “say Saudis gave them chemical weapons.”
31 August 2013 | An article published by Mint Press News, written by Dale Gavlak and Yahya Ababneh, reports that Syrians on the ground in Gouta and Damascus report chemical weapons were used by the rebels.

An article by Dale Gavlak and Yahya Ababneh
EXCLUSIVE: Syrians In Ghouta Claim Saudi-Supplied Rebels Behind Chemical Attack
30 August 2013 | Rebels and local residents in Ghouta accuse Saudi Prince Bandar bin Sultan of providing chemical weapons to an al-Qaida linked rebel group.

Syria asks UN to immediately investigate three new ‘chemical attacks’ by rebels
28 August 2013 | The Syrian government is demanding that the United Nations immediately investigate three alleged chemical attacks carried out by rebel groups on the outskirts of Damascus last week, Syria’s envoy to the UN said.

Bashar al-Assad interview to Russia’s Izvestia newspaper
Assad: Accusations that Syria used chemical weapon ’against logic’
27 August 2013 | Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad has stressed that the claims of his government using chemical weapons made by Western countries are “an insult to common sense” and “nonsense,” in an interview to Russia’s Izvestia newspaper.

By Bahar Kimyongür
They killed a member of my family
27 August 2013 | Today, the lifeless body of the alawite Sheikh Badr, a relative on my mother’s side (see attached picture), appeared in some social media.

Expert casts doubt on Syria chemical weapons footage (Video)
23 August 2013 | As videos of an alleged chemical attack in Syria were shown to the world, some experts cast doubt on their authenticity.

Jihadists from al-Qaeda-linked al-Nusra Front kill 450 Kurdish civilians in northern Syria
6 August 2013 | Foreign-backed militants fighting against the Syrian government have killed 450 civilians, including 120 children, in a Kurdish-majority area in northern Syria.

Pillay urges investigation into alleged executions by anti-government armed groups in Syria’s Khan Al-Assal
2 August 2013 | .

By Finian Cunningham
West war crimes in Syria exposed
30 July 2013 | There was a time during the 30-month covert dirty war on Syria when the Western governments and mainstream media would make a clamor over reported massacres.

An article by Finian Cunningham
West losing on all fronts in Syria
18 July 2013 | Not only are the US, Britain and France losing their criminal covert military war for regime change in Syria, these state terrorists are also caving in on the propaganda front. Such a criminal conspiracy was bound to fail sooner or later. Now, its weight of falsehoods and lies are imploding. The arrival of the UN chemical weapons inspection team this week in Damascus marks another hammer blow against Western malicious designs on Syria.

Pakistani Taliban sent hundreds to Syria to fight shoulder-to-shoulder with rebels
15 July 2013 | A Pakistani branch of the Taliban has sent hundreds of men to Syria to fight alongside rebels in the battle to topple President Assad. The militant organization has reportedly set up camps, aiming to foster ties with al-Qaeda’s central leadership.

Syrian rebels’ Damascus chemical cache found by Assad army
14 July 2013 | The Syrian army has discovered rebels’ storehouse in Jobar in the Damascus area, where toxic chemical substances, including chlorine, have been produced and kept, State TV reported.

Al-Qaeda militants killed Syrian rebel commander
12 July 2013 | A senior figure of the rebel Free Syrian Army has been executed by Al-Qaeda-linked militants during negotiations. Multiplying conflicts between moderate and extremist rebels confronting President Assad might lead to an opposition split-up.

Use of chemical weapons by Syrian "rebels"
Lavrov: Russia’s Inquiry on Aleppo chemical attack met int’l standards, unlike West’s
12 July 2013 | Russia’s inquiry into the use of chemical weapons on Syrian territory was carried out in full accordance with international standards, unlike a similar evaluation by Western countries, says Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov.

By Rainer Hermann/Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung
Interview with Bashar al-Assad: "Europe’s backyard would become a terrorist haven“
19 June 2013 | President Bashar al-Assad of Syria, talking to Middle East editor Rainer Hermann, warns European states not to supply weapons to the rebels fighting his regime.

Human rights investigations
Obama and Cameron’s Syrian chemical weapon scam
15 June 2013 | Analysis of video at the centre of the original allegations of “chemical weapons attacks” by the Syrian government indicates that the public is being misled about the facts in Syria and the so-called evidence of chemical weapons attacks comes about though a combination of riot control grenades, rebel fakery and Western intelligence duplicity.

A report by the Nobel Peace Prize Mairead Maguire
Fact-finding Mission Concludes: Proxy War in Syria
14 June 2013 | Report and Appeal to the International community to support a process of dialogue and reconciliation in Syria between its people and Syrian government and reject outside intervention and war

An article by Jeremy Salt
The disarray in the anti-Syrian camp is general
9 June 2013 | William Hague’s statement that extremism in Syria would flourish unless the EU ended its arms embargo was grotesque. On the basis of the massive quantities of arms already delivered by Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Libya, with the US and Britain covertly pitching in, extremism in Syria is doing quite well, so logically it is going to do even better if the armed groups are given more and probably heavier weapons.

NATO data: Assad winning the war for Syrians’ hearts and minds
2 June 2013 | After two years of civil war, support for the regime of Syrian President Bashar Assad was said to have sharply increased.

by Roula Khalaf
Syria’s divided opposition
29 May 2013 | “Aren’t you ashamed?” charged a visibly angry Eric Chevalier, the French ambassador to Syria, as he chastised opposition members for failing to expand the Syrian National Coalition after a week of negotiations.

By Roula Khalaf and Abigail Fielding-Smith
How Qatar seized control of the Syrian revolution
29 May 2013 | As the Arab world’s bloodiest conflict grinds on, Qatar has emerged as a driving force: pouring in tens of millions of dollars to arm the rebels. Yet it also stands accused of dividing them - and of positioning itself for even greater influence in the post-Assad era.

Is Bashar al-Assad winning the civil war in Syria?
25 May 2013 | The Syrian rebels are in disarray and the regime is gaining ground. Two Telegraph correspondents report from the front lines in Damascus and Aleppo.

FSA will clean Alawite-Shia Villages if Qusair Falls 20-5 FSA Colonel
23 May 2013 | .

By Dana El Baltaji
Syria Rebels Threaten to Wipe Out Shiite, Alawite Towns
23 May 2013 | Communities inhabited by Shiite Muslims and President Bashar al-Assad’s Alawite minority will be “wiped off the map” if the strategic city of Al-Qusair in central Syria falls to government troops, rebel forces said

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