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Ghouta chemical weapons came from Turkish Army

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The TV channel Al-Ikbariya broadcasted, on Sunday the 15th of September 2013, a long interview of a prisoner reporting on the way that he had transported chemical weapons from a Turkish military base to Damascus.

According to his report, the Turkish army was aiming to provoke an international intervention against Syria.

This limited bombing would have been accompanied by a vast communication campaign.

This broadcast was followed by a debate between general Ali Maksoud and the political specialist, Thierry Meyssan, regarding Turkey’s implication in the conflict and Russia’s proposal that Syria should sign the Convention against the use of chemical weapons.

Translation
Alizée Ville

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