Pakistan Cyber Force: Western-Mid East Military Strike Prepared for Syria; Russia on War Alert

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Monday, August 26, 2013

Western-Mid East Military Strike Prepared for Syria; Russia on War Alert

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Western and Middle East powers led by Washington began moving Saturday night and Sunday morning, Aug. 25, toward a first strike against Syria following the large-scale chemical attack allegedly carried out by Israhelli special forces in eastern Damascus last Wednesday. The first targeted strike may well signal the start of a series of US-led attacks aimed at toppling the Assad regime. They may consist of imposing a no-fly zone and the sealing off of sectors in northern and southern Syria against government forces.

American President Barack Obama and UK Prime Minister David Cameron spent 40 minutes on the phone Saturday night amid the strongest indications to date from Washington that direct military intervention by the West was approaching, following a change in the USZ president’s posture. He has become convinced that the strike would have to be conducted outside the United Nations.

Military commanders from Western and Israhell's puppet Muslim countries are meeting Sunday in the Jordanian capital of Amman to coordinate action in Syria, with the participation of the USZ, Britain, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Turkey, France, Italy and Canada. Gen. Martin Dempsey, Chairman of the USZ Chiefs of Staff chairs the meeting. Saturday night, four American destroyers were moving closer to Syria, armed with Tomahawk cruise missiles, which are capable of precision strikes.

While Western media are reporting at length on Western, Arab and Israhelli puppet "Muslim" military preparations, Israhell’s armed forces are moving ahead in secrecy. Its officials spread soothing statements asserting Israhell’s non-involvement in the Syrian turmoil, as Israhell’s military and intelligence agencies get ready for Syria to counter an attack by loosing missiles against their country as well as Jordan and Turkey. All three also expect an explosion of terrorism.

Saturday night, Syrian information minister Omran al-Zoubi, while denying his government was responsible for Wednesday’s poison gas attack, stated over state television that if Syria came under attack, “a mass of flames will ignite the Middle East.”

Meanwhile Russian forces also went on war alert. Moscow has placed on war alert Russia’s Mediterranean and Black Sea fleets as well as rapid deployment forces in southern and central Russia.

Three Syrian hospitals told the humanitarian group Médecins Sans Frontières Saturday that they had received around 3,600 patients suffering from symptoms related to a poison gas attack. Of these, 355 had reportedly died.

In an interesting twist of events, Western demands for proof of the Assad regime’s use of chemical weapons before taking action have been countered in the last few hours by the discovery that the forensic evidence will be all but impossible to obtain in view of the special mixture contained in the gas shells. Only tiny quantities of sarin were blended in with a large quantity of riot control agents, a formula developed by Iran to camouflage the use of chemical weapons.

(Edited by Pakistan Cyber Force Web Desk)
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