A Syrian flag in the city of Homs, where Syrian rebels have claimed they were attacked with chemical weapons.(JOSEPH EID/AFP/GettyImages)
A Syrian flag in the city of Homs, where Syrian rebels have claimed they were attacked with chemical weapons.
(JOSEPH EID/AFP/GettyImages)

Did Syria Use Chemical Weapons Against Rebels?

December 25, 2012  •  From theTrumpet.com
Unconfirmed reports could give the West a reason to invade Syria.
 

Syrian rebels claim they were attacked with poison gas, December 23. Six rebels died after breathing white smoke from shells in the city of Homs, activists told the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.

“This weapon is unidentified and has not been used before,” the Observatory wrote in a statement on Facebook. “Activists reported that whoever inhaled this type of gas suffered from severe dizziness and headaches, some even suffered from epilepsy.” The Observatory is a UK-based rights group with links to activists in Syria.

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