Assad: Vụ bom hóa học ở Idlib là 100% bịa đặt của Mỹ và Donald Trump
Subject: ***__Assad_:_vụ_bom _hóa_học_ở_Idlib_là _100%_bịa_đặt_của_M ỹ_và_Donald_Trump_!
From: Trang Moc
Date: Thu, April 13, 2017 8:42 am
Nghênh ngang một lũ tội đồ
huyênh hoang khoác lác làm trò ra oai.
Dân có chết, kệ chúng mày !
chúng ông còn phải chơi bày đảo điên !
không có sức (giữ nước), hãy chịu phiền !
chúng ông xâm lược - mọi miền tan hoang !
Dễ quá mà:
Cho phiến quân hờm sẵn bom hóa học,
cài thiết bị gây nổ từ xa,
khi máy bay của Assad đến thả bom thường,
kích nổ bom hóa học cài sẵn ...
Thế là chủ của lũ tay sai có cớ đổ tội cho Assad, rồi nhân đó dùng vũ khí xâm lược chủ quyền Syria !
KHÔNG CẦN quay phim máy bay Syria bỏ bom
KHÔNG CẦN lấy vật chứng hiện trường
KHÔNG CẦN lấy lời khai nhân chứng
KHÔNG CẦN trưng bằng chứng điệm đàm của thủ phạm Syria và Nga
KHÔNG CẦN điều tra từ nhiều nước trung lập
*** Nên nhớ :
Trong vụ hoang tưởng "Hải quân VN tấn công tàu Maddox lần 2",
chỉ cần thời tiết xấu, nhiều mây, radar không rõ, chỉ thấy chớp chớp nháy nháy của sấm sét trong mây là có cớ để tấn công xâm lược miền Bắc VN rồi !
Cái trò này xài đi xài lại, "xưa như Diễm" ! "xưa rồi Diễm ơi" ! Các nước nạn nhân nhỏ bé đâu còn lạ gì nữa !
Damascus (AFP) - Syria's President Bashar al-Assad said a suspected chemical weapons attack was a "fabrication" to justify a US strike on his forces, in an exclusive interview with AFP in Damascus.
The embattled leader, whose country has been ravaged by six years of war, said his firepower had not been affected by the attack ordered by US President Donald Trump, but acknowledged further strikes were possible.
Assad insisted his forces had turned over all their chemical weapons stocks years ago and would never use the banned arms.
The interview on Wednesday was his first since a suspected chemical weapons attack that killed dozens of civilians in the rebel-held town of Khan Sheikhun. "Definitely, 100 percent for us, it's fabrication," he said of the incident. "Our impression is that the West, mainly the United States, is hand-in-glove with the terrorists. They fabricated the whole story in order to have a pretext for the attack," added Assad, who has been in power for 17 years.
At least 87 people, including 31 children, were killed in the alleged attack, according to the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitor.
But Assad said evidence came only from "a branch of Al-Qaeda," referring to a former jihadist affiliate that is among the groups that control Idlib province, where Khan Sheikhun is located.
Images of the aftermath, showing victims convulsing and foaming at the mouth, sent shockwaves around the world.
But Assad insisted it was "not clear whether it happened or not, because how can you verify a video? You have a lot of fake videos now." "We don't know whether those dead children were killed in Khan Sheikhun. Were they dead at all?"
He said Khan Sheikhun had no strategic value and was not currently a battle front. "This story is not convincing by any means."
The (American-led) Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) has begun an investigation into the alleged attack, but Russia on Wednesday blocked a UN Security Council resolution (blaming Syria) demanding Syria cooperate with the probe.
And Assad said he could "only allow any investigation when it's impartial, when we make sure that unbiased countries will participate in this delegation in order to make sure that they won't use it for politicised purposes."
He insisted several times that his forces had turned over all chemical weapons stockpiles in 2013, under a deal brokered by Russia to avoid threatened US military action. "There was no order to make any (chemical) attack, we don't have any chemical weapons, we gave up our arsenal a few years ago," he said.
"Even if we have them, we wouldn't use them, and we have never used our chemical arsenal in our history."
The (American-led) OPCW has blamed Assad's government for at least two attacks in 2014 and 2015 involving the use of chlorine.
The Khan Sheikhun incident prompted the first direct US military action against Assad's government since the war began, with 59 cruise missiles hitting the Shayrat airbase three days after the suspected chemical attack.
Assad said more US attacks "could happen anytime, anywhere, not only in Syria."
But he said his forces had not been diminished by the US strike. "Our firepower, our ability to attack the terrorists hasn't been affected by this strike."
Comments by readers :
Thom 51 minutes ago
Who to believe ? Who has the most to gain by lying ?
Terri 53 minutes ago
(Assad) Sadly believable.
mr 57 minutes ago
Where did he (Assad) get the fake news card dealt from? (From) Our idiot defector in chief (Trump) playing it every day claiming the sky is purple and the ocean is yellow...nice job republicans. Damn fools (those who believe in Trump)
Tony 1 hour ago
Hate to say it, but I believe him (Assad)
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