France Talking About ‘Attacking Syria Again’ While Supporting al-Nusra – Analyst

Three weeks since the April 14 attack on Syria by a US-led Western coalition over an alleged chemical attack, French defence minister Florence Parley has warned that Paris may carry out more strikes under the same pretext. Speaking to Sputnik, Franco-Syrian analyst Ayssar Midani explained why Paris’s Syria policy borders on being criminal.

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Three weeks since the April 14 attack on Syria by a US-led Western coalition over an alleged chemical attack, French defence minister Florence Parley has warned that Paris may carry out more strikes under the same pretext. Speaking to Sputnik, Franco-Syrian analyst Ayssar Midani explained why Paris’s Syria policy borders on being criminal.

Sputnik: Why is the French defence minister making these statements now, weeks after the April 14 strike?

Ayssar Midani: The last hit was on the day that the [OPCW] investigation commission was arriving in Syria, and wanted to start [their work]. They hit Syria just before [that investigation] started. That’s one thing. The second thing is that Syria never used chemical weapons. Each time, these allegations are really based on lies and false testimonies of the White Helmets making real video shows. This was proved several times by [investigative journalist] Vanessa Beeley, by Syrian information and…

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