posted on May, 30 2013 @ 08:20 PM
Turkish security forces found a 2-kg cylinder with sarin gas after searching the homes of terrorists from the al-Qaeda-linked al-Nusra Front
who were previously detained.
According to media reports, sarin gas was found in the homes of suspected Syrian militants detained in the southern provinces of Adana and Mersia
following a search by Turkish police on Wednesday.
Al Nursa, the Syrian rebel group who have been described as the most
aggressive and successful arm of the rebel force
in the war against Assad and who have recently pledged their loyalty
to Al Qaeda have been caught red handed in Turkey with the dreaded chemical weapons.
It will probably come as no surprise to many here on ATS that the Syrian rebels have been in possession of chemical weapons for quite a while.
Remember the video of a rebel group testing the chemicals on rabbits killing them and then stated they will release the chemicals next on the Syrian
people? Chemical weapons have been reportedly used in Syria recently and all signs continue to point to the rebel group,
the UN agrees
But of course, whenever chemical weapons are detected the blame automatically falls on Assad but later is placed on to the rebels. If Assad uses
chemical weapons that would open the door for western military intervention BUT if the rebels use chemical weapons then its just F'ing dandy!
Assad and his regime are trash and need to fall but not to Al Qaeda, and Obama asking the Pentagon to impose a no fly zone while the EU is deciding on
whether to arm the rebels is setting the stage for Libya 2.0.
Libya is a hell hole thanks to NATO.
Iraq is a hell hole thanks to the west.
And here we go again.
Egypt is reporting Turkish troops were shot at by unidentified men from Syria. Since Assad's military wear uniforms I'm going to assume unidentified
probably means terrorists.
Turkey returns fire after
troops shot at from Syria
Turkish troops fired into Syria after one of its armoured vehicles patrolling the border came under fire from unidentified gunmen, the Turkish
military said on Thursday.
The troops returned fire after three to five gunmen shot between 15 and 20 rounds at the vehicle patrolling a stretch of the shared border in Turkey's
southern Hatay province on Wednesday afternoon, it said. There were no Turkish troop casualties.
edit on 30-5-2013 by Swills because: (no