Monday, September 02, 2013
Report Says Many Residents of Syrian Town Struck by Sarin Suspect Saudi-Backed, Al Qaeda-Linked Rebels Responsible
Mint Press News, an online news organization based in the United States, is reporting that many rebel fighters, doctors and residents of Ghouta, the Damascus suburb that was struck by a chemical arms attack, believe that Al Qaeda-linked rebels were responsible for the atrocity and that the weapons they used were supplied by Saudi Arabia's intelligence chief.
The United States accuses the Syrian regime of carrying out the attack. Secretary of State John Kerry has said the U.S. knows how and where the weapons were fired and by whom.