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Syria: Terrorists attacked Residence of UN Inspectors (Source: FNA)
Syria: Terrorists attacked Residence of UN Inspectors (Source: FNA)

Damascus: Residence of UN team (chemical weapons investigation) attacked by terrorists.

According to reports, a group of terrorists has attacked the districts of the Syrian capital Damascus which hosts the team of the United Nations (UN) that is currently in Syria in order to investigate the alleged use of chemical weapons (e.g. Sarin nerve gas) in the Syrian conflict, and the investigation by the team of experts from the United Nations (UN) is said to begin within the next couple of hours.

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At least, the information of the Farsnews agency says that a group of terrorists has fired a hand-made rocket at the residence of the UN team of experts in Damascus.

The hand-made rocket was fired at the residence of the team of experts from the United Nations (UN) near the famous “Four Seasons” hotel in the Abu Rummaneh (Arabic: أبو رمانة‎ / Abu Ramanah) district of the Syrian capital, Damascus. The attack by the group of terrorists against the location and residence of the chemical weapons-team from the United Nations (UN) was carried out today morning.

The report about the attack of the residence of the UN team in the Abu Rummaneh district of Damascus says that the hand-made rocket, fired by terrorists, has hit the Ibn Khaldoun School in the district. According to current reports, nobody was killed or injured by this attack of a group of terrorists against the location of the UN team in the Syrian capital Damascus.

In addition, the rocket that hit the Ibn Khaldoun School in Abu Rummaneh (Arabic: أبو رمانة‎ / Abu Ramanah) has not killed any Syrian children, and this is probably the good news about the attack of these terrorists with a hand-made rocket against the place near the “Four Seasons” hotel, where it is said that the UN team of experts is in this area of the Syrian capital.

The UN team is in the Syrian capital in order to investigate the alleged use of chemical weapons against Syrian civilians and within the ongoing Syrian conflict. The investigation will begin in some hours or it has already begun today. Some reports implied that the investigation by the team of experts from the United Nations (UN) will begin in an hour.

Detailed information about the investigation is not known because of security reasons. It is already questionable from where the group of terrorists was informed where the UN team stays overnight in the Syrian capital. However, traitors are everywhere to find in such a conflict.

Syria: Terrorists attacked Residence of UN Inspectors (Source: FNA)
Syria: Terrorists attacked Residence of UN Inspectors (Source: FNA)

The Syrian government complains that the foreign-supported terrorists and Islamists have targeted Syrian civilians by such chemical weapons (e.g. Sarin nerve gas) while the Western mass media and the governments in the West still maintain the propaganda (without evidence) that the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) has used chemical weapons against the foreign-backed terrorist groups as well as against its own people.

However, the recent statements by the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad as well as the circumstances of the recent events in e.g. Jobar and also the videos by the team from ANNA-news seem to testify that the Syrian Army has not used chemical weapons in the military operations against the terrorist groups in Jobar and other suburbs of the Syrian capital, Damascus.

The Foreign Ministry of Syria has already announced today, that Damascus and the officials from the United Nations (UN) have agreed to a mutual understanding that allows the team of experts from the UN to also investigate the alleged use of chemical weapons / chemical agents in the countryside of Damascus on August 22 (e.g. in Jobar).

However, as stated, the videos by ANNA-news underline the statements that the Syrian Army has not used chemical weapons in the military operations in e.g. Jobar on August 22.

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