The official Syrian state media has put out an alert warning that “dark brown skinned” English and French-speaking men have been spotted offloading gas cylinders in the last major “rebel” stronghold of Idlib, in preparation for another chemical attack which the controlled media and western governments will blame on the Assad government.
According to a report by the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA), a Turkish-registered truck carrying gas cylinders “under the supervision of foreign mercenaries and the protection of Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists” entered Idlib “in order to fabricate a new play on usage of chemical weapons with the participation of members of the ‘White Helmets,’”
The report said that terrorist groups “secured the entering of Turkish truck to the Syrian territory of Jisr al-Shughour and the northern countryside of Hama through Bab al-Hawa crossing, accompanied by vehicles of al-Nusra and the so-called ‘Turkistan Party’ after being loaded with long blue gas cylinders from the southern neighborhoods of Idlib.”
The Turkish truck was traveling in a convoy of large tankers loaded with pre-fabricated concrete walls and went to the former site of the so-called ‘al-Mahkama’ affiliated to al-Nusra, where it was loaded with long blue gas cylinders, similar to oxygen cylinders used in hospitals.
“About 20 people with dark brown skin who speak French and English supervised the loading and getting the cylinders of the truck,” the report said—a reference to nonwhites from France and the UK who are fighting on the side of ISIS and the “moderate rebels” in Syria.
The report added that on Monday afternoon the same truck “transported a shipment of cylinders to an unknown area in Jisr al-Shughour and another shipment to the northern countryside of Hama, under the protection of a number of terrorists and cars loaded with heavy machine guns.”
Idlib is the last major center under the control of the US, UK and European-backed “moderate rebels”—who all have turned out to be ISIS-aligned fanatics—and it is widely expected that the Syrian government will launch an assault on the city once the last remains of the ISIS-moderate rebels are cleared out of south Syria.