An air strike conducted by a U.S.-led coalition struck a chemical weapons facility in Deir al-Zor used by ISIS, resulting in the deaths of hundreds of civilians due to toxic fumes.
The U-S.-led coalition against ISIS struck a headquarters of the terrorist group in the village of Hatila near the eastern city of Deir al-Zour. The airstrike caused a white cloud that turned yellow after an explosion rocked a huge warehouse containing a large amount of toxic substances.
This event confirms the possession of chemical weapons by terrorist organizations in Syria, particularly ISIS and Al-Nusra. Their ability to obtain, transfer, stockpile and use them with the help of known countries in the region.
It confirms that their is coordination between these terrorist organizations and forces supporting them to find excuses and false accusations of the Syrian Arab Army using chemical weapons on the Zionist battlefield.
A U.S. spokesman for the coalition denied the reports and blamed Assad for the false information. Last week, the U.S. and a number of other Western and allied nations accused the Syrian government of conducting a chemical weapons attack near Idlib in northwestern Syria, killing dozens of citizens.
The intention to stage attacks to frame Assad in an attempt to draw the US military further into the conflict. Last week the US launched a barrage of 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles on an Syrian Air Force base in central Syria.
Russia has since closed the hot line with the Washington, which isolated the American military in its own footsteps, forcing its war jets to get partially grounded. The US military admitted that a U.S.-led coalition airstrike accidentally hit allied positions in northern Syria, killing 18 members of the so-called SDF.
The battle for control of Syria continues to spiral into more hostile attacks, neglecting the peace efforts initiated by the Russia and the United Nations.
Newsweek / AA Magnum News 2017.