Shocking Claim: There Is Evidence That The Syria Gas Attack Was Work Of U.S. Allies

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    Alex Jones exposes the lies policymakers are using to justify war in Syria. U.S. warplanes are currently touching down in Cyprus, which is the likely hub for future air campaigns in the Middle East. The U.S. could launch a missile attack against Syria as early as Thursday. In response, the Dow fell near 100 points as investors worry about the war leading to market turmoil. http://www.infowars.com/skull-and-bon…

    Evidence: Syria gas attack work of U.S. allies

    Jerome Corsi
    WND
    August 27, 2013

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    With the assistance of former PLO member and native Arabic-speaker Walid Shoebat, WND has assembled evidence from various Middle Eastern sources that cast doubt on Obama administration claims the Assad government is responsible for last week’s attack.

    A video posted on YouTube, embedded below, shows Free Syrian Army, or FSA, rebel forces launching a Sarin gas attack on a Syrian village.
    Another video posted on YouTube shows what appears to be Syrian rebel forces loading a canister of nerve gas on a rocket to fire presumably at civilians and possibly government forces.

    As seen below, a screen capture from the video shows rebel civilian forces placing a suspicious blue canister on top of a rocket-launching device.

    A separate YouTube video from Syrian television shows a government-captured arsenal of what appears to be nerve gas weapons seized from a rebel stronghold in Jobar, Syria.

    The image below shows canisters in the seized rebel arsenal from Jobar that appear to resemble the canister launched by rebel forces in the first image above.

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