Sunday, June 23

Is America's CBS News involved in a planned false-flag chemical attack in Idlib?

See also Video: New Chemical Attack Movie Trailer Found In Killed Terrorist’s Smartphone; Muraselon News (Syria), June 23 - 18:36:14.

"The sources noted that the terrorists intend to victimize civilians in real chemical attacks."

The sources would not have pulled the name "CBS" out of thin air. I have highlighted the passage in the following FARS report that mentions CBS. If CBS TV or a 'rogue' CBS cameraperson is involved in such planning, or even willing to studiously ignore it in order to get footage of carnage for airing on American TV, this is new. I could be wrong because I don't watch TV or 'live' at the CBS website, but my impression is that of the all the U.S. TV outlets, CBS does less propaganda for the U.S. civilian and military regimes than the others.

In any event, the warning about a planned false-flag chemical attack should be taken seriously. There have been so many such attacks (either real or hoaxes) launched by mercenaries in Syria since Obama made his infamous 'red line' threat against the Syrian government that they're routine. And their tactics are so well-established by now that the Russian and Syrian militaries have found it easy to spot planning for a false flag attack. 

By the way, I note from recent headlines at Google about FARS that Reuters has gone gaga for FARS reports, although they haven't mentioned the following one. Reuters has been featuring the name FARS in a number of their recent headlines in news about Iran. Here's one from yesterday: Iran summons UAE envoy to complain about U.S. drone launch: Fars.

As to why the sudden interest at Reuters in highlighting FARS reports -- my understanding is that with the exception of the British, West European EU members are not happy with the U.S. attempt to gin up a war against Iran that will surely draw in other NATO countries, which is the same as drawing in the European Union. So my guess is that the Europe-based Reuters news agency now has a firm rationale to give the Iranian government, via FARS, a chance to voice its side of the story to Western news readers, beyond what is announced in official Iranian statements. 

In any case, good for Reuters. Americans, in particular, need to know more about the Iranian side of Middle Eastern conflicts, particularly as it applies to Syria. FARS is a long-established perfectly legitimate news outlet with a large staff.       

White Helmets Preparing to Film Tahrir Al-Sham's False-Flag Chemical Attacks in Idlib
June 23, 2019 - 2:23

TEHRAN (FNA)- The pro-militant White Helmets Tahrir al-Sham al-Hay'at (the Levant Liberation Board or the Al-Nusra Front) are reportedly preparing to shoot a scene in the demilitarized zone in Idlib that would show a chemical attack by the Syrian Army, media sources said.

The Arabic-language Morasseloun news website [
quoted special sources in Idlib province as saying that Tahrir al-Sham is planning to launch a new chemical attack on civilians and areas controlled by the Turkish Army in Mourek and Jbal al-Zawiyeh in Northern Hama and Southern Idlib.

The sources pointed to the preparedness of the White Helmets to take films from the preplanned chemical attacks, and said most probably the cameramen of the CBS television network who have recently obtained permits for preparing videos from Tahrir al-Sham terrorist commanders in Idlib will also contribute to shooting the scene.

According to intel, Tahrir al-Sham commanders have previously paid $200 to each of the White Helmets to take films and pictures from the aftermath of the chemical attacks on children in Saraqib and Jorjnaz in Idlib.

Meantime, the Tahrir al-Sham terrorists are also planning to conduct chemical attacks after the Syrian and Russian air forces carry out airstrikes on the town of Jorjnaz in Southern Idlib.

The sources noted that the terrorists intend to victimize civilians in real chemical attacks, and said that the White Helmets are also supposed to film the chemical attack to accuse the Syrian Army of the crime later.

In a relevant development, on Saturday the commanders of terrorist groups held a meeting in Idlib province to prepare for false-flag chemical attacks on areas under the control of the Turkish army to falsely accuse the Syrian Army.

Special sources in Idlib said that the commanders of Tahrir al-Sham al-Hay'at have decided to conduct fresh false chemical attacks in the province to point the finger of accusations at the Damascus Army.

They noted that the terrorist commanders have agreed to conduct chemical attacks on spots 9 and 10 controlled by the Turkish Army to portray that the Syrian Army has carried out the attack.

Meantime, the Syrian Army's artillery and missile units pounded the terrorists' military positions in the towns of al-Latamineh, Kafar Zita and al-Hobait in Northern Hama and Southern Idlib in response to the terrorists' rocket attacks on residential areas of Sheikh Hadid and al-Jornieh in Northern Hama.

The Syrian Army's artillery units also pounded Tahrir al-Sham's military convoys in the town of al-Mastoumeh and near Jabal al-Qarbain towards the city of Ariha in Southern Idlib, inflicting heavy losses on the militants.

The Arabic-language website of the Russian Sputnik news agency also quoted a military source as saying that over 25 terrorists have been killed in al-Jalmeh in Northern Hama and that several of their military vehicles, including Turkish Army ones, were destroyed.



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