BEIRUT, LEBANON (2:20 P.M.) – The British Embassy in Damascus is undergoing construction, despite the fact that it was closed at the start of the Syrian conflict.

According to an Al-Masdar field correspondent who visited the site, the British Embassy in Damascus was indeed under construction, marking the first time since its closure that any work has been done to the building.

Al-Masdar reached out to the Syrian government about the mysterious construction; however, the official in Damascus declined to comment on the project.

The project reportedly began earlier this week and the construction focused on the front entrance of the building.

 

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Hopefully, it’ll be used to house the Syrians made homeless by British-funded jihadi mercenaries.

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Probably british sponsored wahhabis are installing remotely cotrolled nuke in there. That’s why ‘under construction’ notification.