Tuesday, May 17, 2016

9/11:Chemical Weapons In Iraq Traced To U.S.NATO Allie Turkey After Thousands Of U.S.Soldiers Died Or Wounded Due To Israeli-NY Times Lie That Saddam Hussein Had Them

9/11:Chemical Weapons In Iraq Traced To U.S.NATO Allie Turkey After Thousands Of U.S.Soldiers Died Or Were Wounded Due To Israeli-NY Times Lie That Saddam Hussein Had Them

Had U.S. not invaded Iraq based upon post 911 lies of Jewish Zionist controlled NY Times as well as the lies about Moslems perpetrtrating 911 when clearly Israelis guarding our airports(Israeli terrorists Menachem Atzmon,Ezra Harel and Shin Bet or Mossad at Logan Airport Boston where flights 11 and 175 struck the WTC in NYC making Israeklis Larry Silverstein and Frank Lowry even richer while Hillary Clinton voted billions of dollars to NY that no one can account for except to say it cetainly didn't go to help sick workers who cleaned up the mess as steel was clandestinely sent to Asian scrap metal yards to destroy any evidence of what really caused the buildinggs to fall........All the while Israeli agents WHO DONALD TRUMP MISTOOK FOR ARABS danced in the streets near the former WTC and were protected and freed by the Russian Israeli government that that controls America's former government.......

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Iraqi warplanes destroy Daesh oil convoy in Nineveh province

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Sat May 7, 2016 6:8AM

Russian Ambassador to the United Nations (UN) Vitaly Churkin (photo by AFP)
Russian Ambassador to the United Nations (UN) Vitaly Churkin (photo by AFP)

Russia says the terrorists operating near the city of Tikrit in north-central Iraq have been found in possession of chemical weapons that have been sourced from Turkey.
Russia’s Ambassador to the United Nations (UN) Vitaly Churkin made the announcement to a UN Security Council meeting on Friday.
“These [explosive] compounds were either manufactured in Turkey or sold there without the right of re-­export,” he said.
The Russian envoy said the discovery had been made following the “analysis of core chemical components of explosive compounds seized from” terrorists near Tikrit, “a subsequent identification of producer companies, and a scrutiny of terms of sales to other countries.”
“Chemical warfare agents are rapidly spreading across the region and are used by terrorists whereas some of the [Security Council] member states are stubbornly seeking to turn a blind eye on that and go on blaming ‘the [Syrian President] Bashar al-Assad’s regime’ for everything.”

A chlorine-tinged cloud of smoke rises into the air from a bomb by Daesh that was detonated by Iraqi army and Popular Mobilization forces, in the town of al-Alam in Salahuddin Province, Iraq, March 10, 2015. (Photo by Reuters)

Russia and China have initiated a draft Security Council resolution obligating the world body’s member states to immediately report to the Council any action by non-government entities aimed at developing, obtaining, possessing, transporting, transferring or using chemical weapons.
Churkin suggested that, as a means of accusing the Syrian government of carrying out chemical attacks, Western countries “are using trumped­-up pretexts to block the Russian-Chinese initiative.”
Damascus surrendered its stockpiles of chemical weapons to a joint mission led by the UN and the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) following an attack outside the Syrian capital two years ago.
The August 21, 2013 attack saw chemical weapons being used in the Ghouta suburb of Damascus, where hundreds of people died. According to reports, the rockets used in the assault were handmade and contained sarin.
While the attack was blamed by some countries on the Syrian government, Damascus denied having been behind it. It agreed to a US-Russia initiative to turn over its arsenal of chemical weapons anyway.
Last December, Ahmed al-Gaddafi al-Qahsi, a cousin of former Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi, alleged that the chemical weapons used in Ghouta were stolen from Libya and later smuggled into Syria via Turkey.
On Tuesday, the OPCW warned of the “extremely worrying” signs that the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group, which is mainly active in Syria and Iraq, could be developing chemical weapons of its own. 
Turkey, alongside some other heavyweight regional players, are believed to have been providing patronage and safe passage for the Takfiri terrorism, which has been ravaging the countries since 2014. Daesh terrorists are believed to have made over USD 800 million dollars in black market oil sales in Turkey over the last eight months of the last year. Turkey denies the accusations. 

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