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Published on Aug 24, 2013

January 2014 Breaking News Mortar shell hits Russian embassy compound in Damascus - monitoring group - http://uk.reuters.com/article/2013/09...

September 2013 Breaking News Syria chemical weapons' crisis LIVE UPDATES http://rt.com/news/syria-crisis-live-...

2013 Russia's Foreign Ministry concerned that Washington may respond militarily against Syria's government - http://www.jpost.com/Middle-East/Assa...

August 2013 NBC stating state of emergency - Iran warns USA regional War as USA Warships draw close to Syria Mediterranean sea Last Days End Times news prophecy update

ISLAM, Muslim Brotherhood seeking world dominance, Al Qaeda, Syria (Iran and Russia in Syria and told USA if get military involved will be an all out war with USA), Iran, Russia, China (Russia and China recently doing war games together in Russia and by Japanese waters), Israel, Hamas, Hezbollah, Palestinians, North Korea, USA & Japan recently doing war games in USA and other nations all showing signs of the breaking point ...it will only take a mistake or out right decision to start world war three...not if but when will it begin......the middle east is ripe and ready for a full blown world war 3.......and nuclear warfare is on the table of involved nations let alone the terrorists there are suitcase nuclear bombs missing from the former USSR...and very well possible terrorists have them and chemical weapons in syria too...so just because it has been quiet concerning super powers the past few months don't be fooled it will stay that way very long...the trigger for world war 3 has been pulled and ready to be fired

U.S. Weighs Options On Syria After Reported Chemical Attack - Friday Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel stated the president has asked the Pentagon for options on Syria and that U.S. warships armed with cruise missiles were being repositioned in the Mediterranean.

President Obama has been meeting with his national security team to discuss reports of the Syrian government's use of chemical weapons, a White House official said Saturday, amid strong hints that a U.S. military strike was on the table.

Doctors Without Borders Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) said Saturday that in the three hours following the alleged attack on Wednesday, three hospitals in Damascus that it supports reported approximately 3,600 patients displaying symptoms consistent with exposure to a neurotoxic agent & 355 reportedly died, the humanitarian group said.

We have a range of options available, and we are going to act very deliberately so that we're making decisions consistent with our national interest as well as our assessment of what can advance our objectives in Syria," the White House official, speaking on background, said.

Hagel said the Defense Department "has a responsibility to provide the president with options for contingencies, and that requires positioning our forces, positioning our assets, to be able to carry out different options — whatever options the president might choose."

Obama, who has shown reluctance to intervene in Syria's 2-1/2-year civil war has said that the use of chemical weapons would be a "red line" for the United States.

In June, the White House said it had that killed 100 to 150 Syrians.

Angela Kane, the United Nations disarmament chief, arrived in Damascus on Saturday in hopes of persuading the government to allow a team to examine the site of Wednesday's reported attack in Ghouta district, a suburb of the capital.

Obama, in an interview with CNN aired on Friday, said the attack was "clearly a big event of grave concern", but he cautioned that U.N. investigators should be given time to determine whether chemical weapons were used.

"If the U.S. goes in and attacks another country without a U.N. mandate and without clear evidence that can be presented, then there are questions in terms of whether international law supports it, do we have the coalition to make it work?" the president said in his first public comments since the alleged attack.

Syrian state television has suggested rebels are to blame for the attack this week. It said government soldiers "suffocated" as they tried to enter Jobar, one of the towns in the Ghouta district where chemical weapons are said to have been used.

That suggestion was echoed by Syria's deputy prime minister, Qadri Jamil, who blamed the rebels.

on Friday that he was personally in favor of the U.N. looking into the Ghouta incident.

"Medical staff working in these facilities provided detailed information to MSF doctors regarding large numbers of patients arriving with symptoms including convulsions, excess saliva, pinpoint pupils, blurred vision and respiratory distress," said Dr. Bart Janssens, MSF director of operations, said in a statement.


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