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Russia Suggests Syria 'Chemical Attack' Was 'Planned Provocation' By Rebels

World  (tags: Syria, Assad, dictator, opposition, rebels, al-Qaeda, atrocities, chemical weapons, provocation, US, war, military intervention, corporate media, bias )

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The Russian Foreign Ministry, citing its sources, said that a homemade rocket carrying unidentified chemical substances had been launched from an area controlled by the opposition.

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GGmaSick D. (172)
Sunday August 25, 2013, 9:23 pm
For once the US is deferring to the UN instead of stirring up our people to send in our military. Said it before, really believe this came from the Brotherhood. It's in their best interest to be the last ones standing here. Noted with thanks.

Brian M. (210)
Sunday August 25, 2013, 10:04 pm
The US is putting out mixed signals these days. It could be indicative of differing opinions within the administration as to what to do. What speaks loudly through the mixed messages of caution and outrage is actions, and it appears the US is reinforcing the Sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean with ships carrying cruise missiles.

Given that both sides of the internal struggle in Syria are guilty of atrocities, in possession of chemical weapons, and represent a choice between evil and lesser evil(Who can say which is which? A brutal regime vs an al-Qaeda insurgency); it would behoove the US to stay the course of caution and be sure it has all the facts before blindly stumbling into another reckless military adventure. Americans need to demand their government thinks rather than merely reacts. #nowar #Syria #peace

Rose NoFWDSPLZ (292)
Sunday August 25, 2013, 11:19 pm
I agree with you Brian
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