Putin called US claims about use of chemical weapons by Syria utter nonsense.
Russia’s President Vladimir Putin made new remarks in terms of the Syrian conflict and the increased rhetoric of war by several Western governments against the Syrian government over the claims that the Syrian Arab Army (SAA), although the accusations mainly speak about the “Syrian regime” because that has a better influence towards the public opinion to support the intentions of e.g. Washington, Paris and the regimes in Tel Aviv and Turkey, has used chemical weapons (poison gas) in recent attacks near the capital Damascus in last week.
Vladimir Putin called the claims against the Syrian government in Damascus “utter nonsense.” The Russian President Vladimir Putin therefore says that the accusations by the U.S. administration in Washington as well as the claims by the British Prime Minister David Cameron and Frances President Hollande are “utter nonsense” and this implies that Moscow has serious doubts about the credibility of the alleged evidence by Washington against the Syrian government.
Russia’s President Putin also said today that the US President Barack Obama, a Nobel Peace Prize Laureate since some years, should rethink the number of potential victims in case the West launches a military strike against Syria. Of course, any military attack against Syria will only increase the violence as well as the number of victims among the Syrian civilians.
Further, a US-led military attack against Syria has the capability to trigger dire consequences for the entire region of the Middle East and some political analysts share the fear that a war against Syria could trigger the next world war (WWIII). Of course, under the view on the possible response by countries such as Iran, Russia and China. Not to mention the probably immediate attack on Israel in case the United States launches any military action (e.g. airstrikes) against Damascus.
So or so, that Russia’s President Vladimir Putin called the claims by Washington and Paris against the Syrian government that the government (and thus, the Syrian Army) would have used chemical weapons (poison gas) against Syrian civilians near the capital Damascus in last week “utter nonsense” sounds correct. The term “utter nonsense” is probably the best description for the next lies and propaganda in order to justify a war against another country in the Middle East. Syria, Iraq 2.0.
Meanwhile, the Iranian lawmaker Mohammad Hassan Asafari, a member of the National Security and Foreign Policy Committee of Iran’s Majlis, has criticized the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) in his new and correct statements from today. Mohammad Hassan Asafari has lashed out at the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) and said that this organization still remains silent despite all the atrocities and heinous acts, which are committed by “the agents of hegemony in Syria and other countries in the region,” is regrettable.
Of course, the Iranian lawmaker, Mr Asafari, means the foreign-backed terrorists fighting in Syria against the (secular) Syrian government of President Bashar al-Assad and he speaks about all the inhuman acts and brutalities against the Syrian civilians that were already committed by these terrorists and the al-Qaeda linked jihadist forces in the Arab country, both still partly supported by Washington, Tel Aviv, Ankara and Riyadh.
Mohammad Hassan Asafari blames the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) for their silence and the lack of any effective reaction to the massacres and gruesome acts by the foreign-backed terrorist groups in Syria.
The Iranian lawmaker further called for an emergency meeting on the ongoing Syrian conflict and added that certain “puppet Arab governments” are also acting against the will of their people and that these Arab puppet regimes would even provide financial aid for a possible military strike against Syria. Not to mention that some of these Arab governments support the terrorist groups in Syria with money and weapons – e.g. the totalitarian dictatorships in Saudi Arabia and Qatar.
The member of the National Security and Foreign Policy Committee of Iran’s Majlis also pointed out that any US-led military strike against Syria would definitely have dire consequences for the countries in the Middle East and especially for Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
The U.S. administration in Washington should know, according to the Iranian lawmaker, that it will not benefit from a war against Syria and also Mr Asafari warned that Israel will certainly be the first victim of such a potential war on Syria.