Wednesday, November 28, 2018

ISIS to Launch False Flag Chemical Attack on Kurds To Frame Damascus

KurdIShIS: ISIS always helping the Kurds.  Always ready to serve when the coalition needs a hand to advance their agenda.
Time and time again. Over and over and over and over.  Wash. Rinse. Repeat.
How many ways can I say this is more of the same?
 And this news makes perfect sense considering all that has gone on, since 2011, with the Syrian destabilization. Don't worry, if they pull this off no serious harm will come to their symbiotic pals.. Though social media will claim otherwise- There will be videos. And unsubstantiated chatter.

 ISIS to launch false flag chemical attack on Syrian Kurds – and Russian military is watching closely
Islamic State terrorists are plotting to shell Kurdish-led militia with chemical-filled munitions in Deir ez-Zor, Syria, Russian military said. The terrorists want to frame Damascus for the attack to trigger new US-led airstrikes.
Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS) has launched production of toxin-filled mortar shells in the east of the Deir ez-Zor province, Russian military said on Wednesday. The shells are filled with chemicals by a crew of 11 terrorists, who received foreign training and came to Syria specifically to carry out the false-flag attack.
photo from RT article
IS militants are seeking to shell positions held by the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), framing Damascus for the attack. The terrorists seek to trigger massive airstrikes by the US-led coalition against the government forces, the military said.
Russia will send a nuclear, biological and chemical (NBC) warning system to the location, as well as Russian NBC specialists, to monitor IS activities, it added.
 Moscow’s warning comes shortly after a chemical attack in the city of Aleppo, where anti-government militants apparently shelled the western part of the city with a “poisonous substance,” affecting over 50 people. The attack, however, has not drawn much attention from the international community, let alone resulted in airstrikes against the attackers.

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