August 26, 2013
Abdola Al-Jaledi, a former high-ranking member of the Jabhat al-Nusrah front has revealed on his Twitter account @abo_almonthir, that his Jabhat al-Nusrah colleagues are in possession of chemical weapons, reports the independent Syrian Dampress  Online Journal.
A former member of the al-Qaeda associated, foreign-backed Jabhat al-Nusrah front which is fighting the Syrian Armed Forces in an attempt to oust the Syrian government to establish an Islamic Sharia state, has admitted that Jabhat al-Nusrah is in possession of chemical weapons, to be used in attacks in Syria.
The Syrian Dampress Online Journal reports, that the Saudi Arabian terrorist, Abdola al-Jaledi has recently revealed on his Twitter account, @abo_almonthir, that his colleagues are storing toxic agents.
Al-Jaledi, who is a former, high-ranking member of the Jabhat al-Nusrah has reportedly left the al-Nusrah to continue fighting with another, also al-Qaeda associated brigade.
On his Twitter account, Al-Jaledi apparently said: “If it was not for confidentiality on this matter, I would reveal who was the fighter who made the said chemical bombs”.
On Thursday, Syrian television released two intercepted telephone conversations among members of the so-called “Shuhada al-Bayada Battalion” and their Saudi Arabian liaison, the Egypt based financier Adulbasit, in which the terrorists were admitting that the group had used chemical weapons in Deir Balba, in the countryside of Homs .
The government of the Syrian Arab Republic is rejecting the claims that the Syrian Armed Forces should have used chemical weapons and is fully cooperating with the team of UN Inspectors which are currently in Syria on invitation of the Syrian government.
Russian diplomatic sources describe the alleged chemical weapons attack as “provocative act”, alleging that any such attack, whether it really happened or it was staged, is an expected, provocative act.
After receiving credible information from a Palestinian intelligence source, nsnbc international published a report on 7 July, warning that the foreign-backed political and military opposition as well as the international alliance of nations supporting them, were planning a renewed political and military campaign against Syria in August and September, and that large scale chemical weapons use should justify renewed calls for a no-fly-zone, humanitarian corridors and a military intervention .
Yesterday, the Syrian Armed Forces seized chemicals, atropine antidotes and other military equipment for chemical weapons attacks in a tunnel used by the insurgents near Damascus.