Syrische Giftgaslüge in Ghouta: Opfer im TV hatten Sauerstoffmangel und keine Giftgas-Symptome 

Der bekannte britische Enthüllungsjournalist Robert Fisk hat den angeblichen Giftgas-Ort Ghouta Duma besucht, der als Begründung für das Bombardement Syriens mit 103  Hightech-Lenkraketen durch USA, GB und Frankreich herhalten musste. Der angebliche Giftgasanschlag ereignete sich am 7. April mit Chlorgas oder Sarin.   

Die quasi als "Rotes Kreuz" der Al kaida nahen Nusrafront Dschihadisten agierenden "Weißhelme" hatten Fake-Videos erstellt, in denen Kinder zu sehen sind, die angeblich durch Giftgas getroffen und mit Wasser abgewaschen wurden.

Jetzt  hat  der Journalist Robert Fisk diese Kinder und den behandelnden Arzt in Syrien gefunden. 

Die Kinder hatten sich in Wahrheit  in den  verstaubten Tummelsystemen während des Aufflackerns des Bürgerkrieges befunden und dort schutz vor Luftangriffen gesucht.  Deshalb litten die total verstaubten Kinder an Wassermangel, Hunger und  an Sauerstoffmangel, der die im TV gezeigte "medizinische Versorgung" notwendig gemacht hatte. Zudem hatte sich so ein Sandsturm in der Region ereignet. 

Zu diesem Zeitpunkt hatten die meisten Rebellen die Stadt Ghouta wie auch bereits tausende Zivilisten die  Stadt verlassen. Die letzten  Kämpfer der Dschihaditen der "Armee Gottes" sollten  evakuiert werden.  So konnte den Terroristen nur noch eine US Invasion helfen, die so provoziert werden sollte. 

Ebenso berichtete ein OPCW Mitarbeiter inzwischen, dass auch keinesfalls eine Chemiewaffenfabrik in Syrien  beim westlichern Raketeanangriff mit 103 Raketen  getroffen wurde. Es handelte sich vielmehr um ein syrisches Forschungslabor, dass durch internationale Behörden  des OPCW in letzter Zeit zweimal kontrolliert worden war.  Jedes Mal wurde bestätigt,  dass sich keinerlei Giftgas in der Anlage bei Barzah befunden habe. ( siehe Link im Anhang). 

Entsprechend äusserte sich ein behandelnder Arzt in Syrien: 

War stories, however, have a habit of growing darker. For the same 58-year old senior Syrian doctor then adds something profoundly uncomfortable: the patients, he says, were overcome not by gas but by oxygen starvation in the rubbish-filled tunnels and basements in which they lived, on a night of wind and heavy shelling that stirred up a dust storm.

As Dr Assim Rahaibani announces this extraordinary conclusion, it is worth observing that he is by his own admission not an eyewitness himself and, as he speaks good English, he refers twice to the jihadi gunmen of Jaish el-Islam [the Army of Islam] in Douma as “terrorists” – the regime’s word for their enemies, and a term used by many people across Syria. Am I hearing this right? Which version of events are we to believe?

By bad luck, too, the doctors who were on duty that night on 7 April were all in Damascus giving evidence to a chemical weapons enquiry, which will be attempting to provide a definitive answer to that question in the coming weeks.

Und auch  Robert Fisk wie auch der britische Independent  sagen und schreiben entsprechend: 

Fisk cautioned readers that "this isn't the only story in Douma," but added:

There are the many people I talked to amid the ruins of the town who said they had “never believed in” gas stories – which were usually put about, they claimed, by the armed Islamist groups. These particular jihadis survived under a blizzard of shellfire by living in other’s people’s homes and in vast, wide tunnels with underground roads carved through the living rock by prisoners with pick-axes on three levels beneath the town. I walked through three of them yesterday, vast corridors of living rock which still contained Russian – yes, Russian – rockets and burned-out cars.

More details on the dust storm:

It was a short walk to Dr Rahaibani. From the door of his subterranean clinic – “Point 200”, it is called, in the weird geology of this partly-underground city – is a corridor leading downhill where he showed me his lowly hospital and the few beds where a small girl was crying as nurses treated a cut above her eye.

“I was with my family in the basement of my home three hundred metres from here on the night but all the doctors know what happened. There was a lot of shelling [by government forces] and aircraft were always over Douma at night – but on this night, there was wind and huge dust clouds began to come into the basements and cellars where people lived. People began to arrive here suffering from hypoxia, oxygen loss. Then someone at the door, a “White Helmet”, shouted “Gas!”, and a panic began. People started throwing water over each other. Yes, the video was filmed here, it is genuine, but what you see are people suffering from hypoxia – not gas poisoning.”

Oddly, after chatting to more than 20 people, I couldn’t find one who showed the slightest interest in Douma’s role in bringing about the Western air attacks. Two actually told me they didn’t know about the connection.

But it was a strange world I walked into. Two men, Hussam and Nazir Abu Aishe, said they were unaware how many people had been killed in Douma, although the latter admitted he had a cousin “executed by Jaish el-Islam [the Army of Islam] for allegedly being “close to the regime”. They shrugged when I asked about the 43 people said to have died in the infamous Douma attack.

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