A new video posted on the Internet is yet another proof that the terrorists in Syria, backed by foreign powers, have chemical weapons. The video, which was recently released on the Internet, shows gunmen holding cans containing chemicals and threatening to throw them at members of the Syrian army.
Also, recently, gunmen posted a threatening video that showed the bodies of rabbits that had died from inhaling poisonous gases.
This past December, the Syrian ambassador to the United Nations (UN), Bashar Jaafari, from Damascus, expressed concern about the possible use of chemical weapons by terrorists against Syrian civilians.
Meanwhile, Washington has claimed, repeatedly, that the government of Syrian President al-Asad Basahr possesses chemical weapons and intends to use them against the gunmen.
Leaked documents from Britam Defence provided proof that Qatar suggested smuggling chemical weapons from Libya to Homs in Syria and using them to frame the Syrian Army, in addition to alluding to western preparations for a military invasion of Iran.
Documents also revealed that Qatar suggested employing Ukrainian mercenaries would be filmed pretending to be Russians captured by the so-called "Syrian Free Army" to embarrass Russia.
Dated December 24th, 2012, which is the date when certain media outlets claimed that Syria used chemical weapons in Homs, the information showed a correlation between the document and the plans that were set up.
The documents also alluded to the possibility of the appearance of Russian-speaking individuals claiming to be Russian military experts who will attempt to create problems for Damascus and Moscow, with the possibility of publishing videos depicting alleged Russian military personnel fighting alongside the Syrian Army who were captured by the terrorists, when in fact they're mercenaries of Slavic descent.
For almost two years, Syria has been submerged in anarchy caused by terrorist groups backed by foreign countries, including the U.S., Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Turkey, which aim to create a pretext for foreign intervention in this Arab country and overthrow the government of President Assad.
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