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Russia: Syrian rebels may launch chemical attack on Israel



by Joseph Earnest  September 9, 2013


Newscast Media MOSCOW—Russia's state-owned  TV Russia Today (RT) is reporting that Syrian rebels (Friends of Syria) may be planning a "false flag" chemical attack on Israel as a provocation in the midst of the Syrian crisis.


While the US showed videos of victims that succumbed to a chemical attack, there are reports asserting that there is proof the footage of the alleged chemical attack in Syria was fabricated, Mother Agnes Mariam el-Salib, mother superior of the St. James Monastery in Qara, Syria, told RT. She added that she plans to submit her findings to the UN.


Russia Today reports, the chemical attack on Israel will be a false flag, to provoke an invasion of Syria. (pop-up)


Yet should such an chemical attack occur against Israel, the rebels will be quick to deny they were involved in any attack, and point to the Assad government.  Assad and his allies will deny it and point to either the rebels or Israel itself.  They could say Israel attacked itself, to provoke an attack on Syria which would eventually lead to an attack on Iran.


Already the Saudis have been blamed for supplying the chemical weapons to the militants, (pop-up) therefore, if Russia has intelligence that indicates the rebels will launch an attack into Israel using chemical weapons, it will also have additional evidence to reveal the source of the attacks and the culprits behind them.


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