AFP Interview President Assad: “I am framed by the 100% Fabricated Chemical Attack

ASSAD says chemical attack 100 percent fabricated.

Mr President, did you give an order to strike Khan Sheikhoun with chemical weapons last Tuesday ?

So what happened Tuesday ?

So who according to you is responsible about this allegated chemical attack ?

These and more questions were made in an interview by AFP Agence France-Presse to President Bashar al-Assad.

Syria’s Assad says Idlib chemical attack ‘fabrication’: AFP interview

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said an alleged poison gas attack blamed on his government last week in Idlib province was “100 percent fabrication” used to justify a U.S. air strike, news agency AFP reported on Thursday.

www.reuters.com/article/us-mideast-crisis-syria-assad/syrias-assad-says-idlib-chemical-attack-fabrication-afp-interview-idUSKBN17F1NE

Transcript of exclusive AFP interview with Syria’s Assad

www.thepeninsulaqatar.com/article/13/04/2017/Transcript-of-exclusive-AFP-interview-with-Syria-s-Assad-1 Damascus: In the following AFP interview with Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad, the questions were asked in English and he replied in English.

As War Drums Beat for Syria, Remember, Lies And Propaganda Started Nearly Every War In US History – To Get Around the Obstacle of Public Opinion, the US Has an Extensive History of Lying Their Way Into War

thefreethoughtproject.com/lies-and-propaganda-started-nearly-every-war-in-us-history/

Pentagon Admits They Have No Evidence on Syria Chemical Attack—Threatens War Anyway – As President Trump tweets his Americans into World War III over a gas attack that is most likely staged, the Pentagon admits they have no evidence to prove their claims

thefreethoughtproject.com/pentagon-admits-they-have-no-evidence-on-syria-chemical-attack-threatens-war-anyway/

h/t BuzzLima

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