BEIRUT, LEBANON (6:30 P.M.) – The foreign ministers of Great Britain, France, Germany, and the United States came together, today, to issue statement on the one year anniversary of the Khan Sheikhoun chemical weapons attack.

“Today marks one year since the heinous attack… where Assad’s forces unleashed sarin nerve gas with tragic consequences for hundreds of men, women and children,” the statement read.

“We condemn the use of chemical weapons by anyone, anywhere,” the statement continued.

“We are committed to ensuring that all those responsible are held to account. We will not rest in our efforts to seek justice for the victims of these abhorrent attacks in Syria,” they concluded.

The West has blamed the Syrian government for the chemical weapons attack on Khan Sheikhoun, despite their repeated denials.

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Petr
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2018-04-04 19:58

Can these clowns just shut the f**k up? Better question … when UK is going to be punished/bombed for that recent chemical attack in Salisbury?

Stern Daler
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Stern Daler
2018-04-05 01:03
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Yes. That is what IMHO is the cause. The UK had Brexit and other problems and staged or used the incident to cover those up and buy solidarity with that fake slander.

p.s. The UK will not get the deserved punishment.

jmNZ
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jmNZ
2018-04-04 20:32

What??
Is this to go one better than the Skripal circus?
US/EU destroy what little (very little) credibility they have left if they pursue this nonsense.

Stern Daler
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Stern Daler
2018-04-05 00:56
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US. Not EU. The EU politicians fell for US and UK lies too easy.
That is IMHO the problem.

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willyvandamme
2018-04-04 21:31

Sickening bastards, not satisfied with the destruction of this country they issue treats again. As if they don’t know what really happened. Al Qaeda said sarin and so do these people.

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Stern Daler
2018-04-05 00:59
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Yes. There are media and politicians peddling lies. US, Turkey and bani Saud… are cheating their allies. That is the core of the problem.

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Dr. James Padgett
2018-04-04 23:29

I don’t understand why the Syrian government has not obtained the very comprehensive study of that alleged sarin release by the Syrian govt. that was done by Dr. Theodore Postol of MIT – it is long and very inclusive with many photos and clearly states Assad’s forces were not responsible for that attack. If Leith or anyone with connections to the Syrian govt. read this, I wish they would pass it on.

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2018-04-05 00:31

Theodore A. Postol

Professor Emeritus of Science,
Technology, and National Security Policy
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Email: [email protected]
Cell Phone: 617 543-7646

Soizic
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Soizic
2018-04-05 00:55

All of them know that , but the Empire does’nt want to hear about!

Stern Daler
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Stern Daler
2018-04-05 01:07

The work is known .But MSM do not care.

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Stern Daler
2018-04-05 00:54

I still hope the Western countries mentioned are true to their promise and punish the Western mercenaries who committed the crime.