The confession is from terrorist Nadeem Baloosh, and he alleges militant forces have in their possession chemical weapons. He also admits they have used them to kill women and children.
However, FOX must feel there's possibly some truth in the video to report about it. So this would appear to add legitimacy to the on-going proof that rebels used chemical weapons in Syria.
The FOX News report said: "The video, (on youtube), which FoxNews.com has not been able to authenticate, only adds to the confusion over which side has the moral high ground and the reasons for U.S. military action in Syria."
Baloosh says in the video: "Those, (not sure who he's talking about here), are trying to take out the chemicals which produce a lethal and deadly gases that I possess. We decided to harm them through their women and kids." (The original video on Youtube.com can be seen by clicking here.)
Another video on Youtube.com, click here to view, allegedly shows FSA terrorists saying they were intent on launching chemical attacks against Assad's Army (starts at the 1:02 mark in the video).
The terrorist said: "If the Alawite hateful Army approached the Turkuman and Akrad mountains and approached our women and children we will be forced to attack." Eventually, the camera pans across a long line of chemical containers. A close-up of one jar says Nitric Acid, there are numerous containers shown.
The evidence is mounting shows the rebels confessing to having chemical weapons or admitting to using them are increasing. A video posted on Facebook, click here to view it, allegedly shows rebels loading a blue canister onto a rocket. It's not known for sure if these videos are really the rebels or not, but it should cast enough doubt about who used them that the U.S. won't strike Syria.
Another report by FOX News says: "A newly discovered video posted on a pro-Syrian regime website shows rebel commanders talking about their own “red line” after the government allegedly launched a chemical attack against civilians there last month."
The video that FOX refers to is four and a half minutes long. The video was posted just two days after the Aug. 21 Damascus attack. It shows rebel commanders issuing their threats of using chemical weapons while a black and white Islamist flag flies in the background.
Fox News Middle East specialist Walid Phares reviewed the tape and said: "The narrative is jihadi and the red line they're talking about is about the use of weapons they have not used before -- and what comes to my mind would be chemical or biological."
Another analysis has identified one of the men in the tape is a deputy to General Salim Idris. Idris is the leader of the Free Syrian Army. This same group of rebels our leaders would have us to believe are moderate Muslims. All this evidence seems to clearly point the finger at the rebels, but of course the warmongers in Washington are not saying a word about any of this.
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