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Syrian rebels admit to being behind chemical weapons attack

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Having reviewed and commented on upwards of 20 Opednews articles about the Syrian crisis almost all of which refute the US administrations version of events this article verifies Syrian rebels as claiming responsibility for the attack.

The evidence was gathered the French charity Doctors Without Borders from direct testimonies. The rebels (Jabhat al-Nusra) claim they were misinformed about the nature of the weapons. They claim the weapons were supplied by 'Saudi Prince Bandar bin Sultan, who 'has been at the very heart of the push for war by the U.S. against Assad'.

But still the American administration is sticking to its version of events the intel for which was allegedly supplied by Mossad. So here we have Israel and Saudi Arabia effectively colluding to embroil the US in a war designed to trigger conflict with Iran regardless of the implications.

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