Syrian security forces using chemical weapons, says army defector


Captain Ahmed Abdul Razek, a Syrian army defector, says troops loyal to Assad used nerve gas to subdue protesters in Homs • President Shimon Peres calls Assad a “murderer” and praises Syrian opposition groups • Violence in the country continues with diplomatic efforts bogged down.

Eli Leon, Daniel Siryoti, Yori Yalon and The Associated Press
Tanks in the streets of Homs. Army defector Captain Ahmed Abdul Razek says forces loyal to Assad are using chemical weapons on opposition fighters.


Photo credit: AFP

An officer who has defected from the Syrian army claimed on Sunday that security forces were using nerve gas manufactured in Russia to subdue opposition forces mainly concentrated in the city of Homs.

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2 Replies to “Syrian security forces using chemical weapons, says army defector”

  1. You have to believe this Muslim, right? All Assads people are running around with babies on their bayonets. The freedom fighters just want a chance to vote for freedom and democ(k)racy, right?

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