CONFIRMED: Chemical Weapons Assessment Contradicting Official Syria Narrative Is Authentic By Caitlin Johnstone

18 May 2019 — Strategic Culture Foundation

The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) has begun responding to queries by the press about a leaked document which contradicts official OPCW findings on an alleged chemical weapons attack last year in Douma, Syria. The prepared statement they’ve been using in response to these queries confirms the authenticity of the document.

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Evidence that Douma ‘chemical attack’ was staged: OPCW’s unpublished engineers’ report By Tim Hayward

13 May 2019 — Tim Hayward

The alleged chemical attack on Douma in April 2018 was the pretext for airstrikes on Syria by France, UK and US. The final report on the alleged attack published by the OPCW left unexplained why its Fact-Finding Mission (FFM) had made no engineering assessments during its visit to Douma in April 2018, when experts could have inspected the sites with cylinders in position, rather than six months later when inspection was no longer possible and assessments had to rely on images and measurements obtained by others. A Briefing Note by the Working Group on Syria Propaganda & Media highlighted this as an obvious anomaly.

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Syria – OPCW Engineering Assessment: The Douma ‘Chemical Weapon Attack’ Was Staged

13 May 2019 — Moon of Alabama

On April 7 2018 Syrian ‘rebels’ claimed that the Syrian government used chlorine gas and Sarin in an attack on the besieged Douma suburb near the Syrian capital Damascus. They published a series of videos which showed dead bodies of mainly women and children.

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The Damning Briefing note of the OPCW Fact-Finding Mission on the chemical attack in Douma, Syria

30 April 2019 — True Publica

The Damning Briefing note of the OPCW Fact-Finding Mission on the chemical attack in Douma, Syria

If you are not up to date with what happened in Douma, or its significance, read Robert Fisk’s report via The Independent entitled – The search for truth in the rubble of Douma.

Then read the following briefing note by the Working Group on Syria, Propaganda and Media below.

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The Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW): critical questions

12 April 2019 — Tim Hayward

The Syria, Propaganda and Media Working Group has undertaken a detailed examination of the final report from the OPCW’s Fact-Finding Mission on the alleged chemical attack in Douma on 7 April 2018. The resultant Briefing Note – by Paul McKeigue, David Miller, and Piers Robinson – exposes deep flaws in the anonymously authored report. These discredit OPCW as a source of impartial investigation and undermine it as an international institution fit to be entrusted with maintaining the prohibition of chemical weapons.

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Where do the interests of democracy lie? Working Group responds to UK minister’s attack on critics of the “Integrity Initiative” By Tim Hayward

19 March 2019 — Tim Hayward

The Working Group on Syria, Propaganda and Media has published a response to the recent attack on the group by Sir Alan Duncan.


Response to Sir Alan Duncan’s attack on the Working Group on Syria, Propaganda and Media

Tim Hayward, Paul McKeigue, David Miller, Piers Robinson

19 March 2019

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From Iraqi weapons of mass destruction to Syrian chemical weapons by Thierry Meyssan

5 March 2019 — Voltaire Network

In a report dated 1 March 2019, the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) attests to the fact that were never any prohibited chemical substances in Douma (Syria) during the attack of 7 April 2018. The reprisal tripartite bombing (United States, France, United Kingdom) was therefore unjustified. This scandal is exactly identical to the story of the bogus Iraqi weapons of mass destruction. It will be followed by many other items of fake news as long as the West continues to trust their medias.

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Douma Chemicals Attack: Is Western Media Bias Actually Enflaming the Syria War? By Martin Jay

6 March 2019 — Strategic Culture Foundation

When Britain, France and the US launched airstrikes last April in Syria against Assad military sites, few, if any, western pundits raised their head above the pulpit and questioned the hasty decision, to ‘retaliate’ against the Syrian leader – as it was taken for granted that a chemical weapons attack in Douma was likely to have originated from Assad.

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