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Tozz: Yesterday Al-Arabiya tv (which is an anti-regime channel as you know) CONFIRMED that the regime will use the Chemical weapons SPECIFICALLY in Aleppo, also CONFIRMED that there will be a massacre TODAY or TOMORROW!!!
What's can you say about that.??
The main area at this moment is Saladin, most of its population migrated to other areas. There's great number of the rebels in it now, and the violent clashes started from 5 hours ago.
Ok, let's talk a chemical weapons attack. Since the rebels have invaded portions of Aleppo with the help of Turkey, no doubt. Turkey was instrumental in bringing down Libya. Turkey was instrumental in filling Syria full of Libyan terrorists. Turkey has most likely aided or assisted in accessing chemical weapons from Libya, and guiding them into the hands of the NATO backed Al Quaeda terrorists.
The western main stream media has been spinning chemical weapons for a good while now.
On Friday (July 27/12) we had the UN chief urging Syria not to use chemical weapons under any circumstances
I had left this link for Tozz, Syrians: NATO-backed Militants Seen Donning Gas Masks
Just in case anyone else had missed it?
That's when we first meet the AVAAZ "hero" Wissam Tariff Libya to Syria : Guns for Human rights?
"The Telegraph has also learned that preliminary discussions about arms supplies took place when members of the Turkish-based Syrian National Council [SNC] — the country's main opposition movement — visited Libya earlier this month.
"The Libyans are offering money, training and weapons to the Syrian National Council," added Wissam Tariff, a human rights campaigner with links to the SNC.
Turkey has dirty hands in this matter. They have been aiding the rebels to commit any and every atrocity imaginable against the Syrian people. Keeping that in mind. It is not a stretch to suspect Turkey will aid the NATO terrorists in bringing a chemical attack to bear on the Syrians
The Saladin neighbourhood Tozz mentioned appears to be a real hotspot- Filled with rebels, empty of fleeing residents- Bahrain news
"According to London-based Syrian Human Rights Observatory helicopters partook in clashes at the gateway of Saladin neighborhood and bombarded the neighborhood, pointing out that violent assaults are going on between regime forces and opposition forces at the entrance of Al-Sakhoor neighborhood.
From my reading through this area is a crucial highway to Damascus- If mistaken, feel free to correct?
Aleppo itself is crucial to the NATO rebels- If it falls to the terrorist crowd? ????
There is a Citadel located in Aleppo. Built upon a hill. If the terrorists take the Citadel they can rain misery down on the Syrians
You can see the Citadel, sitting high over the city in the picture below
As noted, on so many occasions, everytime the NATO nations hold a "get together. That could be a "friends" meeting or another UN Security council meeting we get via the main stream media, a defection, a massacre or both.
France is going to take this all back to the UN. The first I had seen of this news was earlier this am.
France, which is taking over the UN Security Council's rotating presidency in August, will call an emergency ministerial meeting on Syria, French foreign minister Laurent Fabius said on Monday.
Fabius told French radio station RTL he would chair the meeting himself and that it had to be held urgently to stop President Bashar Al-Assad's regime carrying out further massacres in Syria.
Fabius also expressed fears of a massacre in Syria's most populous city Aleppo.
The massacre narrative has been well played through out the media. Like a virus, the meme "massacre impending in Aleppo", has been spread and is infecting brains the world over.
As always ask yourself, who will benefit from such an attack?
It won't be the Syrian people, the Syrian Army or the Syrian government. Any massacre that occurs now will play into the hands of NATO and Syria's western destabilizers.
Update: Syria is declaring victory after capturing key Aleppo district
Syrian troops said they had recaptured a district of Syria's largest city Aleppo