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Mark Taliano, Research Associate of the Centre for Research on Globalization (CRG), contacted Global Research from Damascus at the outset of the bombings. Here is his incisive report:
Last night, at about 4:00 a.m, France, the U.S, and the U.K bombed Syria.
Reportedly, 103 missiles were launched, of which Syrian forces destroyed 71. Bombs landed in about four different locations, including Homs, Mesyaf, and Damascus.
Mark Taliano (right)
The aforementioned imperialists and their bombs murdered four Syrian civilians.
Significantly, the attacks occurred BEFORE the OPCW examined the alleged "chemical weapons" crime scene.
Additionally, just after the attack, "ISIS" launched an attack from the Yarmouk camp, located 8 kilometers from the center of Damascus.
Apparently the missiles struck a "teaching laboratory". Presumably this will play a role in transitioning from an original "Assad gassing his own people" narrative -- devoid of evidence and ridiculous -- to a new narrative, with a view to justifying that which can not be justified.
The US-led attacks were not authorized by the UN Security Council, and they certainly were not carried out in self-defense.
If Supreme International War Crimes are a "dirty game" then President Trump is losing.
Syrians know that they are fighting terrorists supported by the West and their allies. They know that they are winning, and they appreciate and support their government more, not less, as they confront Western barbarity.
In the following video, Syrian Abdul Razzak Homsi describes the strength that is the mosaic of Syrian society, a society whose ancient foundations are a cradle of civilization and religion -- including the West's civilizations and religions. This interview was recorded on the morning of April 14th in Damascus
St. Ananias house/ St. Anan baptizing St. Paul
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