During the failed offensive on Ramousseh district in southwest Aleppo, Fateh Halab jihadists used chemical weapons killing 7 civilians so far whilst 20 others were transported to Aleppo’s hospitals.

Reportedly, it was the western-backed Nour El Din Al-Zinki rebel group who launched the chlorine attack; it is also the same group that became famous overnight due to their gruesome beheading of a 12 year old Palestinian child.

It is important to note that this is not the first time rebels use chemical weapons to advance their goals in the Syrian city of Aleppo. Last February, for instance, Fateh Halab militants attacked the Kurdish neighborhood with chemical weapons with no accountability against them and almost no media attention allocated to the vicious event. Similarly, rebels had also used chemical weapons against the Syrian Army during their capture on Khan Al-Assal west of Aleppo city.

As the U.S. State Department seems more adamant than ever in arming and supporting supposed “moderates” regardless of their many proven war crimes, it is unlikely that the jihadists would cease their lawless aggression given that their western sponsors are more focused on regime change than they are focused on fighting terrorism in Syria.

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Mike
Mike
2016-08-03 22:48

Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. This is a hilarious page. Great comedy. Since when does the opposition have planes? Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. You really come up with great comedy. Even the regime’s supporters won’t read / comment on your funny stuff. Sorry bout that.
Hey Leith, where are you going when Assad leaves/Dies? You won’t be able to stay in Damascus, regrettably. Lebanon?

Rabiah Jaber
Rabiah Jaber
2016-08-03 22:35

Obama’s moderates.

Michael Johnson
Michael Johnson
2016-08-03 22:53

@leithfadel 2/ I did comment, if you don’t Censor it (like you guys do). Question. Where you going when Assad gone/dead? NML

Michael Johnson
Michael Johnson
2016-08-03 22:51

@leithfadel Leith, ur article about Chlorine attack. When did the rebels get planes? Even Pro-Assads don’t read/comment? 1/

chris
chris
2016-08-03 23:33

you retard, Chlorine gas is very easily made and very easily delivered with mortar shells. Very poorly delivered by plane

LaLegale
LaLegale
2016-08-03 22:47

@AnnieDarkhorse

Chemical weapons used by US Backed rebels in Aleppo? It’s a crime. https://t.co/yOnviLtcf9

Daeshbags Sux
Daeshbags Sux
2016-08-03 23:11

Please dear syrians around Aleppo : always carry a thick towel and a bicarbonate bottle or if you can’t find bicarbonate, I know it may seem ugly but it’ll work : a p**s bottle (!) : Throw the liquid on the towel then breath through this in case of chlorine attack : chlore will react with bicarbonate or urea making the gas nearly useless! Better have swimming goggles or diving mask with you : chlorine is no good for the eyes too. Chlorine is rarely lethal (except if you already have breathing problems) as you need huge concentration to achieve… Read more »

Carlo Cangini
Carlo Cangini
2016-08-03 23:14

Il premio Nobel Obama è un demente

Javier Sanchez
Javier Sanchez
2016-08-03 23:34

another reason why @HillaryClinton want to be presidente…continue @BarackObama legacy. @AP @Reuters @BBCBreaking

Sinjuku2
Sinjuku2
2016-08-04 07:35

WARNING; Terror groups are now digging a tunnel from Al Shurfah to reach underneath Artilerry College and place tonns of explosives. It will take less than a week with around the clock digging. Saa needs to disturb the closest positions to Artilerry College and prevent the tunneling. Dropping penetrating bombs, Kab500Kr/Kab1500Kr is an option.