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A large part of Syria’s chemical weapons has been removed from storage at Mount Qassioun and transferred to Hezbollah strongholds.
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Defecting Syrian Officer: Chemical Weapons
Already Transferred to Hezbollah

JewishPress.com
The Syrian news website zaman-alwsl.net conducted an interview with a defecting Major in the Chemical Warfare Corp of the Syrian army, who revealed the following:

The Syrian army has already used a small amount of chemical weapons in a battle near Baba Amr.

In November large arsenals of chemical weapons was transfer from storage facilities on Mount Qassioun near Damascus, which is under the control of the Syrian Air Force Intelligence, to several airports in Syria, in order to load them onto planes for bombing rebel targets.

The Aldemir military airport, on the otskirts of Damascus, is designated as the main base of operations from which aerial bombing with chemical weapons will be carried out.

A large part of Syria’s chemical weapons has been removed from storage at Mount Qassioun and transferred by civilian cars chauffeured from Hezbollah soldiers to Hezbollah strongholds in southern Beqaa Valley in eastern Lebanon.

The Syrian army is being aided by Iranian and North Korean experts in treatment and usage of its chemical weapons.

Over the past month and a half the Syrian army has been testing its chemical weapons in the area of Al Muslemia, east of Alepo, under the guidance of Iranian experts.


READ FULL SOURCE ARTICLE: 12/09/2012

Editor's Note: Couldn't see this coming from a thousane miles away...and, just out of curiosity, Iraqi Gen. George Sada explained how Saddam Hussein's bio-chemical weapons were moved Beqaa...funny, huh?








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