Selected Articles: The ‘Exoneration’ and ‘Near-Victory’ of Assad in the Syrian War

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Breaking Video: ISIS Fighter Admits that ISIS Is Forbidden to Attack Kurdish Forces in Deir Ezzor

By Andrew Illingworth, September 29, 2017

A video has just been released on social media showing the interview of an ISIS fighter from Deir Ezzor who admits that the terrorist group’s forces in the region are forbidden by their commanders from attacking US-backed, Kurdish-led militias.

Breaking: US Coalition Using Illegal Chemical Weapons in Deir ez-Zor (Graphic Images)

By Adam Garrie, September 29, 2017

Syria has confirmed that the US led coalition whose very presence in Syria is illegal according to international law, has recently dropped white phosphorus munitions over a village in Deir ez-Zor.

Russia: Terrorists Used Sarin in Khan Sheikhoun

By Jim Carey, September 29, 2017

The Director Russian Foreign Ministry’s Non-Proliferation and Weapons Control Department, Mikhail Ulyanov spoke to reporters at a press conference on Tuesday with new insights into the chemical incident this spring. Counter to the narrative supplied by the UN, Ulyanov claims the Russian government has evidence this event was orchestrated by “rebels” in the Khan Sheikhoun.

Information Warfare and the “Human Rights” Scam: Western Backed NGOs Have Acted as Enablers of Sanctions and Military Intervention

By 21st Century Wire and South Front, September 28, 2017

Just look around the world and throughout recent history, and you will find a number of compelling cases where western-backed NGOs have frequently acted as enablers for the military interventions, sanctions and economic blockades that followed. Look at Iraq, Libya, Syria, Afghanistan, Yugoslavia, Iran and Sudan – all were given the ‘human rights’ treatment prior to aggressive western actions. In most cases, claims of human rights violations and exaggerated atrocity reports preceded western action.

Video: Strategic Bombers Deliver Fire and Hell to Al Qaeda and ISIS Terrorists in Syria

By South Front, September 28, 2017

Near Deir Ezzor city, the SAA consolidated control over Nashad and Mazlum villages on the eastern bank of the Euphrates and entered Hatlah Tahtani village where a fighting is ongoing. If the village is secured, government forces will be able to use it as a launching pad for further attempts to secure Saqr Island and fully besiege ISIS in the northern part of Deir Ezzor city.

Damascus Calls Upon Syrian Refugees to Return to their Homeland

By Sophie Mangal, September 28, 2017

Speaking at a press conference in the Armenian capital Yerevan, a member of the Syrian parliament, Zhirayr Reisyan, said recently that the liberated city of Deir ez-Zorr is a large and significant victory of the Syrian army.

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