The ICC intends to violate the decision of the Security Council and try Bachar el-Assad By Thierry Meyssan

12 March 2019 — Voltaire Network

The deception of international penal Justice

Everyone believed it to be impossible for the International Criminal Court (ICC) to try the Syrians, since China and Russia exercised their vetos against a Western draft resolution to do so. But no! A piece of legal sleight of hand may make it possible to dodge the decision of the Security Council. The Court hopes to incriminate President Bachar el-Assad, not for the murder of Rafic Hariri (that lie fizzled out some time ago), but for « crimes against humanity ».

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Reza Nasri: Syria Should Quickly Sue the United States at ICJ By: Kourosh Ziabari

8 September 2013 — Iran Review

Iran Review Exclusive Interview with Reza Nasri

The U.S. drumbeating for war against Syria over the allegations that the government of President Assad has used chemical weapons against the civilians in the Ghouta district of Damascus has raised many eyebrows across the world as few people expected the seemingly pacifist and peace-loving President of the United States to call for a new war in the Middle East, especially now that there’s no threat posed to the U.S. national security or national interests.

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Russia gave UN 100-page report in July blaming Syrian rebels for Aleppo sarin attack By Matthew Schofield | McClatchy Foreign Staff

5 September 2013 — McClatchy

BERLIN — Russia says a deadly March sarin attack in an Aleppo suburb was carried out by Syrian rebels, not forces loyal to President Bashar Assad, and it has delivered a 100-page report laying out its evidence to the United Nations.

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Potential Military Confrontation: Russia Arms Syria with Powerful Ballistic Missiles

9 December 2012 Global Research News – hamsayeh.net

Global Research Editor’s Note

We bring to the attention of Global Research readers the following news excerpt from hamsayeh.net regarding the delivery of Russian Iskander missiles to Syria in response to the deployment of US Patriot missiles in Turkey. 

by Reza Kahlili

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Libyan Scenario for Syria By Igor IGNATCHENKO

26 November 2012 — Strategic Culture Foundation

This September the British Times published an article saying the largest shipload of arms destined for Free Syrian Army came to Turkey from Libya. It stated there were 400 tons of weapons, including an unspecified number of shoulder-fired anti-aircraft missiles, grenade launchers and other arms aboard a Libyan ship the Intisaar, docked at the Turkish port of Iskenderun. The ship’s captain was Omar Mousaeeb, a Libyan from Benghazi. 

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What Is Really Going On In Syria: Insider Update By Boris DOLGOV

24 January 2012 — Strategic Culture Foundation

What Is Really Going On In Syria: Insider UpdateThe current situation in Syria remains one of the most important components of the Middle Eastern and international policies. Using Syria’s domestic crisis and pursuing their own goals NATO, Israel, Turkey and the monarchies of the Persian Gulf are trying to undermine the Syrian regime.

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