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The Wall Street Journal supplied the latest evidence unintentionally, reporting on ISIS using Iraq’s Mosul University chemistry lab for bomb-making - the facility not struck by US air strikes despite claims otherwise.
It said the lab is used “to concoct a new generation of explosive devices (including chemical bombs and other chemical weapons) and train militants to make them” - citing US and Iraqi military sources familiar with what’s going on.
According to General Hatem Magsosi, “Iraq’s top explosives officer,” ISIS recruits “go to Raqqa (the group’s Syria stronghold), then to Mosul University…”
Alleged US airstrikes haven’t touched the facility. Its smart bombs aim elsewhere, targeting Iraqi infrastructure and government sites - supporting, not combating ISIS, the same scheme used in Syria against Assad.
US military spokesman in Iraq Col. Steve Warren lied claiming “we bombed them,” no additional details provided, no damage to the alleged sites struck.
Russian airstrikes could level the facility straightaway if ordered, eliminate it as a bomb-making threat.
When ISIS seized Mosul in summer 2014, it obtained 40 kilos of uranium compounds kept at the university’s lab, materials enabling it to produce terror weapons.
According to former CIA officer Jack Rice, the group has no known capability to enrich uranium, but could likely produce dirty bombs able to irradiate areas where detonated.
Washington has been well aware of ISIS’ Mosul University operations all along, yet has done nothing to stop them.
Claims of US warplanes bombing the facility are Big Lies. A few smart bombs from a single sortie could destroy it in short order.
More Evidence of Obama's Fake Air War on ISIS
originally posted by: theultimatebelgianjoke
a reply to: tsurfer2000h
How about considering the facts that make him forge an 'opinion of his own' : the WSJ article and the previous contradicting White House statement ...
originally posted by: theultimatebelgianjoke
a reply to: DJW001
Because despite the US bombing claims - that are just repeated by the WSJ, General Hatem Magsosi, Iraq's top explosives officer, was quoted as saying that the facilities at the University of Mosul is still used by ISIS to 'teach' the jihadists.
The U.S. Department of Defense released a video on Saturday (April 2nd 2014) showing strikes in Mosul that hit an IS headquarters in the President's administration building at Mosul University,
The International Association of Genocide Scholars has accused ISIS of carrying out a genocide against Shiite Muslims, as well as Yazidis and Kurds in the Middle East. The Knights of Columbus has expressed concern about the militant Sunni organization’s efforts to expunge Christians from its Caliphate in Syria and Iraq. And US Secretary of State John Kerry has denounced ISIS for its genocidal nature, expressed, he says, “in what it says, what it believes, and what it does.” And yet, if given a choice between ISIS and Assad, Israel—a state which liberally invokes the Nazi anti-Jewish genocide to justify its existence—would take ISIS. At least, that’s what former Israeli ambassador to the United States and Knesset member, Michael Oren, says, and his view appears to be in the mainstream of Israeli strategic thought. Shimon Peres, when he was Israel’s president, anticipated Oren. He said he hoped the Syrian rebels—dominated by Al Qaeda and its progeny—would win.
Al Qaeda’s official branch in Syria, Jabhat al-Nusra, controls the Syrian border with Israel, and along the Golan Heights, the Israeli military coordinates with the Qaeda militants. Israeli military forces talk of having arrived at “an understanding” with a group Washington and its allies officially condemn as a terrorist organization, and of “familiarity” with Al Qaeda’s “forces on the ground.” The Israeli-Al Qaeda alliance is “extremely tactical,” Israeli military officials say. This hasn’t escaped the attention of the government in Damascus. Syrian President Bashar al-Assad told Foreign Affairs that the Israelis “are supporting the rebels in Syria.”
And yet, if given a choice between ISIS and Assad, Israel—a state which liberally invokes the Nazi anti-Jewish genocide to justify its existence—would take ISIS. At least, that’s what former Israeli ambassador to the United States and Knesset member, Michael Oren, says,