Israel accuses Syria of using chemical weapons

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Tuesday, April 23, 2013

New York Times: Israel's senior military intelligence analyst says that Syria has repeatedly used chemical weapons in the last month.

Another military official, speaking on the condition of anonymity, said that the evidence had been presented to the Obama administration — which has declared the use of chemicals a “red line” that could prompt American action in Syria — but that Washington has not fully accepted the analysis.

None of the assertions — by Israel, Britain or France — have been made with physical proof of chemical weapons use. Experts say the most definitive way to prove the use of chemical weapons is to promptly gain access to the site to collect soil samples and examine suspected victims.

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0 #1 Daniel JayGuest 2013-04-24 07:05:31
President Obama isn't an idiot like Mr. Bush was or Mr. Romney would have been Mr. Netanyahu. America demands proof backed by substantiated facts this time around!!!
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