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EXCLUSIVE: US-israel, Qatar, Turkey, KSA sponsored Terror Gang ISIL Preparing to Launch Chemical Attack on Al-Shadadi

13 August 2015 13:55



The ISIL has transferred chemical substances to the city of al-Shadadi in the countryside of Hasaka as the Takfiri terrorist group is preparing to launch fresh attacks on Hasaka.

“The ISIL militants were unloading plastic barrels of chemical materials from the trucks and they did not allow the civilians to get close to them,” informed local sources told FNA on Tuesday.

They noted that ISIL is preparing for a surprise attack on Hasaka city.

Abu Mohammad al-Adnani, the ISIL commander in al-Shadadi, has ordered the foreign ISIL militants to be stationed in their positions near al-Shadadi in preparation for the chemical attack.

In June 2013, Russian journalists, who were in Syria, said there was no doubt that the foreign-backed opposition fighters and terrorists have used chemical weapons in attacks in the vicinity of the Syrian city of Aleppo on March 19, 2013.

These Russian journalists handed over some videos to the United Nation Secretariat. The videos showed the foreign-backed fighters of the opposition forces had used chemical weapons in attacks in the area of the Syrian city of Aleppo.

The report about these videos, which were handed over to the United Nation Secretariat by these Russian journalists were already confirmed by the spokesman for Deputy UN Secretary-General Farhan Haq, Syria News reported.

Farhan Haq said the videos showed the “opposition fighters” used chemical weapons in their attacks on March 19. The information will be given to Oke Selstemu, who is the head of the UN experts investigating the possible use of chemical weapons/weapons of mass destruction in Syria.

On Friday, the UN Security Council unanimously adopted a resolution on establishing the Joint Investigative Mechanism (JIM) to identify and bring to justice individuals and organizations responsible for chemical weapon attacks in Syria.

According to the resolution, the UN secretary general and the OPCW are to submit recommendations regarding the establishment of the mechanism to the Security Council within 20 days after the adoption of the resolution.

A mission to eliminate Syria’s chemical arsenal was announced after a deadly gas attack killed hundreds outside Damascus in August 2013.

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