[ Editor’s note: The chemical shell being presented to the US as having been used by the Syrian Arab Army is part of a group VT sources say were manufactured in Ukraine to US specification but stupidly labeled by the Kiev regime in English with US specification.
They were supplied through Turkey to al Qaeda in Idlib province, where they were loaded with chlorine gas. The US has contracts with arms companies in Romania, Bulgaria and Ukraine to supply ISIS, al Qaeda and the “moderate head choppers,” who in reality no longer exist, to support their captured Russian made multiple rocket launchers.
Earlier Sarin attacks used American contracted materials from the National Reference Lab or “Lugar Lab” in Tbilisi, Georgia, delivered to terrorists by Ukrainian security forces and blamed on the Syrian Army.
This was the infamous Trump attack while his tearful daughter demanded Syrian blood in response to an American planned false flag attack in Idlib. This attack killed no one and used actors and Israeli trained film crews.
Other attacks blamed on the Syrian Army but staged by US backed forces, have killed thousands with chemical weapons. This is a standard Special Forces program of “deception and cover,” long a US tactic to support color revolutions. Of course, by now every sane person has to know this …Gordon ]
Pro-militant sources argue that government forces have launched at least 3 rockets with chlorine gas at the militant-held city of Douma in the Eastern Ghouta region, near the Syrian capital Damascus. According to reports, the rockets hit the western neighborhoods of the city and injured few people.
It’s interesting to note that the reports about the alleged chemical attack appeared after the Syrian Arab Army and its allies had achieved a notable success in the battle against Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (formerly Jabhat al-Nusra, the Syrian branch of al-Qaeda) in the province of Idlib.
Meanwhile, clashes between militant groups and government forces were also reported in the areas of Harasta and Hawsh al-Dawahirah in the Eastern Ghouta region.
The number of reports about civilian casualties and alleged chemical attacks will likely grow as the Syrian Army makes more progress against the so-called “moderate rebels” in the province of Idlib and the Damascus countryside.