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Prince Bandar and George W. Bush have met one day after 9/11.
Prince Bandar and George W. Bush have met one day after 9/11.

Chemical Attack near Damascus: Saudi Arabia has supplied poison gas?

A new report in terms of Syria says clearly that the locals from the Damascus suburb of al-Ghouta (Ghouta) stated that the foreign-backed terrorists have made use of chemical weapons in attacks and that the totalitarian dictatorship of Saudi Arabia, under the eyes of the Saudi intelligence chief and Prince Bandar bin Sultan Al Saud, has supplied chemical weapons to the armed terrorist groups in the province of the Syrian capital, Damascus.


According to the statements by the locals from al-Ghouta, a suburb of Damascus, and as the report says it, the Saudi regime provided chemical weapons for a group affiliated to al-Qaeda near the capital in order to carry out chemical weapons attacks, which are then blamed on the Syrian government in order to have a pretext for a military intervention that will work this time and not fail like the last gruesome massacres under false-flag in several regions of Syria in the last two years.

The report states that the Syrians of al-Ghouta report that Saudi Arabia, mainly under the lead of Prince Bandar bin Sultan Al Saud, provided the poison gas (certainly Sarin nerve gas) for an al-Qaeda-affiliated terrorist group. This group of the Syrian Al-Qaeda offshoots (e.g. Jabhat al-Nusra / al-Nusra Front) has then carried out chemical weapons attacks to create a pretext for the West to wage war against Syria.

This report about the new machinations of the totalitarian dictatorship in Saudi Arabia, one of the best allies of e.g. Washington, France and Germany, was co-authored by a veteran AP reporter, and thus, one should not reject the stated information within this report as baseless or Syrian propaganda. This is by far not the case in terms of this report.

The information behind the article come from interviews and statements with residents from al-Ghouta (Damascus suburb) but also with doctors, terrorist supporters as well as gunmen and anti-government fighters (terrorists) and their families from the area.

The mentioned terrorist groups with deep links to the terrorist organization of Al-Qaeda has, according to the information, received chemical weapons via the orders by the Saudi intelligence chief Prince Bandar bin Sultan Al Saud.

However, that the Saudi regime is one of the largest terrorist supporters and not only in regards of the Syrian conflict is nothing new. The Saudi regime is assumed to be one of the main backers of Al-Qaeda and other religious fanatic groups – besides Washington.

The report, co-authored by a veteran AP report, mentions the quotes of a father of one of the terrorists fighting near Damascus and the father said that his son and 12 others were killed inside a tunnel near Damascus.

The tunnel was used to store arms and ammunition that was supplied by a Saudi terrorist leader, known as Abu Ayesha. According to the description of this father, the weapons had a “tube-like structure”, while other arms were like a “huge gas bottle.”

Further, this is also the next hint that the stories about the tunnels of the terrorists in several Provinces of Syria was never far-fetched, but always true.

The report about the deliveries of chemical weapons (poison gas?) by Saudi Arabia into the hands of terrorists near the Syrian capital, Damascus, further says that the majority of the receivers among the terrorists had no clue how to use such kind of weapons or what was the nature of these weapons.

So, one of the terrorists even complained that when Saudi Prince Bandar sends such kinds of weapons to the people, he also has to give them the instructions how to handle and use these kind of arms.

According to the report, another terrorist accused the fighters and jihadists of the al-Qaeda-affiliated Jabhat al-Nusra (al-Nusra Front) of rejection the cooperation with other terrorist groups and complained that the fighters of al-Nusra do not share secret information with other militants in Syria.

This militant also stated that due to the reason that not all fighters had an idea of how to use these weapons from Saudi Arabia, some of the terrorists handled the arms improperly and set off explosions.

Prince Bandar and George W. Bush have met one day after 9/11.
Prince Bandar and George W. Bush have met one day after 9/11.

The authors behind this interesting report about the machinations of Saudi Arabia in the Syrian conflict and the meddling of Saudi Prince Bandar as well as his support for the terrorists and jihadists fighting in Syria, including the veteran AP reporter, also pointed out that the doctors who treated the victims of the poison gas attack (chemical weapons attack) have cautioned interviewers against asking questions in terms of who was really behind these chemical weapons attacks.

Further details of this report says that more than a dozen of the terrorists, who were interviewed, have confirmed that their salaries are paid by Saudi Arabia in order to wage war against Syria.

As a side note, they also stated that Saudi Prince Bandar is called “al-Habib” by many of the Al-Qaeda-affiliated Islamists and fighters in Syria – al-Habib means “the lover”.



  1. However.. would be great when the guys at Press TV would link to their sources. I am sorry for this. It seems the usual behaviour of such news agencies to prevent links to sources.

    • PressTV links and YouTube loads seem to be somewhat of a movable feast; I think some third party is picking off the good stuff, nothing new.

      • Hi, MK. Before It’s News has some dynamite stuff in current events – – mixed in with ETs, flying saucers and odds and ends. Rather reminiscent of National Enquirer on a particularly good day. National Enquirer was the only newspaper which ran the story of the ONI (Office of Naval Intelligence) officer who was running down evidence that high ranking naval officers were ‘persons of interest’ in the JFK murder. The guy got beat up, shot at, and his car bombed before he finally took the hint to back off which he didn’t – – he called the National Enquirer. I’ve no idea what happened to him, but I very much doubt he’s still upon the planet.

    • Hi, Paula, welcome to the forum. The link is at the bottom of JDW’s post. If you click on it, it should take you to the report. The links on Syria News aren’t highlighted, and it’s easy to miss them. :-)

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