Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Syria says it will Use Chemical Weapons: opposition and Israeli's ready to protect them

Syria has threatened to use deadly chemical or biological weapons if it is attacked by outside forces

The Free Syrian Army believes that the Assad regime has moved chemical weapons to airports near the country's borders, in what the rebels say is a bid to put "pressure on the region and the international community," according to the Telegraph. Remember Assad says he will only use the chemical weapons on foreign agents and People take that as soothing but remember he thinks foriegn terrorists is doing this to him and are behind the protesters.

Defector: Syria Ready To Use Chemical Weapons: A senior Syrian military defector has said President Bashar al Assad's forces are set to use chemical weapons to "perpetrate a sea of blood". General Mustafa Sheikh, who fled the army in January, said regime forces wanted to "burn the country". "The regime has started moving its chemical stockpile and redistributing it to prepare for its use," he said in an interview with the Reuters news agency.

"They are moving it from warehouses to new locations. They want to burn the country. The regime cannot fall without perpetrating a sea of blood." Western and Israeli officials, concerned that chemical stockpiles could fall into the hands of militants, said a week ago that Syria appeared to be shifting weapons from storage sites. However it was not clear whether the operation was a security precaution or a preparation for deployment. "The coming phase will witness a phase of bloodshed that is unprecedented and the regime will resort to non-conventional weapons. Every action will trigger a bigger reaction."


The United States is closely monitoring Syria's chemical weapons stockpile and is "actively consulting" Damascus's neighbors to stress concerns over the security of those weapons and Syria's responsibility to safeguard them, the White House said on Saturday. "We believe Syria's chemical weapons stockpile remains under Syrian government control," White House spokesman Tommy Vietor said. "Given the escalation of violence in Syria and the regime's increasing attacks on their people, we remain very concerned about these weapons."

That was the White House response to a question about a Syrian military defector's claim that Syrian President Bashar Assad's forces were moving chemical weapons across the country for possible use against the opposition in a military retaliation for the killing of four top security officials. The Free Syrian Army is forming a team to secure the country's chemical weapons, an FSA general told The Daily Telegraph on Saturday.


Amid the continuing violence, there were reports that two more Syrian generals have crossed the border into Turkey. Video footage of one of them, Brigadier General Adelnasser Ferzat, showed him speaking in fluent Russian - perhaps under duress - directly to the Russian government, calling on them to stop supporting Mr Assads's regime.

"We ask you, both the authorities and the people, to stand up for our freedom and right cause, for our will," he says in the video. Another senior military defector has claimed Mr Assad's forces are set to use chemical weapons to "perpetrate a sea of blood". General Mustafa Sheikh, who fled the army in January, said regime forces wanted to "burn the country". "The regime has started moving its chemical stockpile and redistributing it to prepare for its use," he said.


Israel fears Syria may hand chemical weapons to Hezbollah, May act to stop Syria arms reaching Hezbollah: Israel said on Friday it would consider military action if needed to ensure Syrian missiles or chemical weapons did not reach President Bashar al-Assad's allies in Lebanon, the Shi'ite Islamist movement Hezbollah.

"I have instructed the military to increase its intelligence preparations and prepare what is needed so that ... (if necessary) ... we will be able to consider carrying out an operation," Defence Minister Ehud Barak said in an interview on Channel 10 television. "We are following ... the possible transfer of advanced munitions systems, mainly anti-aircraft missiles or heavy ground-to-ground missiles, but there could also be a possibility of the transfer of chemical means (weapons) from Syria to Lebanon," said Barak.


Syrian opposition ready to secure chemical weapons': The Free Syrian Army is forming a team to secure the country's chemical weapons, an FSA general told The Daily Telegraph on Saturday. According to the report, the rebel general was once in charge of drafting plans to secure the same sites in his previous role as a general in Syrian President Bashar Assad's army. He came out of retirement to join the opposition earlier this year. "We have a group just to deal with chemical weapons," General Adnan Silou told the Telegraph.

I like much of the world am long convinced that Assad is a mad man. If he is still alive he is getting beyond increasingly desperate. At the very least he will use them on the opposition and in the process sacrifice many of his own supporters.

Syria is largely thought to have the largest stockpile of chemical weapons in the world and the most extensive and deadliest. Yes they are moving them around supposedly to protect them but I would not count on that. One of the General's now in the opposition is making a plan to secure them. Under Assad he was in control of them so he knows where they all are.

Not just that but you know Israel is monitoring their movement and knows where they are. They will do anything to keep them out of the hands of Hezbollah who absolutely would use them on Israel.

Lastly do not discount Iran's ability to get her hands on them "clandestinely of course" and get them into the hands of anyone eager to use them on Israel. This is not a good situation in an already volatile predicament. Not with everyone involved there eager to gain the upper hand in influencing which way the new middle east order goes.

James Joiner
Gardner, Ma
http://anaverageamericanpatriot.blogspot.com

3 comments:

Demeur said...

Again you'll need a score card to figure all of this out. Just saw one of the defectors on TV last night. He witnessed the Syrian army of which he was a member go into his neighborhood and kill a bunch of his friends. His only hope for revenge is seeing Assad dead now.

an average patriot said...

Yeah that is a common thread now. All his old supporters say he must be dead or gone. I just keep thinking "you know what you have but you don't know what you'll get!

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