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White Helmets, Terrorists Transfer Chemical Materials to New Location in Northwestern Syria

21 October 2018 19:02


Tahrir al-Sham Hay’at (the Levant Liberation Board or the Al-Nusra Front) and the pro-militant so-called aid group, White Helmets Organization, have jointly transferred poisonous and chemical materials to a new location in Idlib province to later use them in a false-flag attack, a media outlet reported on Sunday.

The Arabic-language website of Sputnik reported that Tahrir al-Sham transferred a consignment of chemical materials from the small town of Ma’arat Mesrin in Northern Idlib to Jisr al-Shughour region in the Western part of the province.

It further said that terrorists of Tahrir al-Sham, mostly Turkistani and Chechen gunmen, transferred a consignment of chemical materials including cylinders of Sarin and chlorine gas to Jisr al-Shughour under the monitoring of the White Helmets.

It went on to say that Tahrir al-Sham has kept a large number of its fighters on alert near one of the farms South of Ma’arat Mesrin amid transferring the chemicals.

Sputnik reported on Saturday that a sum of 11 members of the pro-militants White Helmets Organization and non-Syrians experts were killed after a huge explosion at the terrorists’ chemical workshop in Idlib province near the border with Turkey.

Sputnik quoted well-informed sources as disclosing that a huge blast broke out at a workshop of the terrorists used for making chemicals in the small town of Tarmanin in Northern Idlib near the border with Turkey.

It further said that the workshop included a large volume of chemical, explosive materials and liquid chlorine barrels, adding that nine British, Chechen and Turkish experts and 2 members of the White Helmets were killed in the blast.

Tahrir al-Sham Hay’at along with the White Helmets had already cooperated in transferring chemicals to unknown locations in Northern Syria.

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