Die Welt (Germany)
Jihad Watch (http://www.jihadwatch.org
) also running on TCP (http://www.command-post.org
http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/ ... 66/1/.html
Auf Deutsch (Original - Hat tip Command Post):
Saw this first at Jihad Watch. Now running at TCP that also has Die Welt link in German.
Now where to you suppose Syria obtained chemical weapons from? Do I dare mention Iraq? The Jihadist who were enroute for major toxic chem explosion in Amman Syria supplies came from Syria. These chems included VX nerve gas that Syria supposedly doesn't have the capability of manufacturing. Do I need mention Iraq/Russia again?
Syria tested chemical arms on civilians in Darfur region
Sinister news with extraordinary implications. From AFP, with thanks to Andy:
BERLIN : Syria tested chemical weapons on civilians in Sudan's troubled western Darfur region in June and killed dozens of people.
The German daily Die Welt newspaper, in an advance release of its Wednesday edition, citing unnamed western security sources, said that injuries apparently caused by chemical arms were found on the bodies of the victims.
It said that witnesses quoted by an Arabic news website called ILAF in an article on August 2 had said that several frozen bodies arrived suddenly at the "Al-Fashr Hospital" in the Sudanese capital Khartoum in June.
Die Welt said the sources had indicated that the weapons tests were undertaken following a military exercise between Syria and Sudan.
Syrian officers were reported to have met in May with Sudanese military leaders in a Khartoum suburb to discuss the possibility of improving cooperation between their armies.
According to Die Welt, the Syrians had suggested close cooperation on developing chemical weapons, and it was proposed that the arms be tested on the rebel SPLA, the Sudan People's Liberation Army, in the south.
But given that the rebels were involved in peace talks, the newspaper continued, the Sudanese government proposed testing the arms on people in Darfur.
Details of what were in the weapons were not disclosed.
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