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Obama promises more aid to Al Qaeda-linked jihadists in Syria, Claims ‘Red Line’ crossed on Chemical Weapons Use, despite UN Human Rights Counter claims

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United Nations human rights investigators said they have
gathered testimony from outside Syria suggesting that rebels, not Bashar
Assad's regime, may have used chemical weapons.

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“Our investigators
have been in neighboring countries interviewing victims,
doctors and
field hospitals and, according to their report of last week which I have
seen, there are strong, concrete suspicions but not yet
incontrovertible proof of the use of sarin gas, from the way the victims
were treated,” Carla Del Ponte, a member of the independent commission
of inquiry on Syria, told Swiss-Italian television. “This was use on the part of the opposition, the rebels, not by the government authorities.” 

But as is Obama's wont, he creates his own narrative to side with jihadists and Islamic supremacists.

Politico: The White House announced Thursday that the Obama administration has
concluded that the Assad regime has used chemical weapons "multiple
times" in Syria in the last year, resulting in the deaths of 100 to 150
people. The White House also announced that in response it would
"increase the scope and scale of assistance that we provide to the
opposition."

 "Following a deliberative review, our intelligence
community assesses that the Assad regime has used chemical weapons,
including the nerve agent sarin, on a small scale against the opposition
multiple times in the last year," said Deputy National Security Adviser
Ben Rhodes in a statement.

Referring to President Barack Obama's warning of chemical weapons
use crossing a "red line," Rhodes said "he has said that the use of
chemical weapons would change his calculus, and it has."

As for a
further response, "The United States and the international community
have a number of other legal, financial, diplomatic, and military
responses available. We are prepared for all contingencies, and we will
make decisions on our own timeline."

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