Siria. Morire di fame e disinformazione

4096Astuzie di un regime tanto repellente quanto raffinato.  Erano i giorni dell’abominevole vicenda di Madaya, dove migliaia di inermi civili siriani, proprio come tantissimi altri prima di loro (basti ricordare la terrificante vicenda di Yarmouk) e altri ancora nelle stesse ore, sono stati costretti da un barbaro assedio,  posto a Madaya come a Yarmouk dall’esercito lealista siriano insieme alle milizie alleate, a dover mangiare erba o foglie per cercare di non morire di fame.

In quelle ore sconvolgenti alcuni organi di informazione hanno affermato che l’OPCW avrebbe determinato che non fu Assad a usare le armi chimiche alla periferia di Damasco, non fu lui o il suo esercito a perpetrare quel terribile massacro. Davvero è successo questo? Ecco il testo diffuso in quelle ore dal servizio internazionale web in inglese dell’Agenzia France Presse:

“A fact-finding mission by the UN chemical weapons watchdog has found that some people in Syria may have been exposed to sarin or a sarin-like gas, according to a report released Monday.
The mission by the Hague-based Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) said it was investigating 11 incidents of the use of toxic chemicals reported by the Syrian government.
The report did not say when the 11 incidents took place or specify any location.
“In one instance, the analysis of some blood samples indicates that individuals were at some point exposed to sarin or a sarin-like substance,” said the OPCW report sent to the Security Council last week.
“Further investigation would be necessary to determine when or under what circumstances such exposure might have occurred,” said the report.
Previous fact-finding missions by the OPCW in Syria have pointed to the use of chlorine and mustard gas.
The UN Security Council is due to discuss Syria’s chemical weapons use during a meeting on Tuesday.
President Bashar al-Assad’s regime and rebel forces have accused each other of using chemical agents in the nearly five-year war that has killed more than 250,000 people.
After an August 2013 sarin attack outside Damascus that much of the international community blamed on Assad’s government, the regime agreed to turn over its chemical arsenal.”

Non è molto dissimile il testo dell’articolo pubblicato dal quotidiano britannico Guardian:

“A fact-finding mission by the UN chemical weapons watchdog has found that some people in Syria may have been exposed to the nerve agent sarin or a sarin-like gas.
The mission by the Hague-based Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) said it was investigating 11 incidents of the use of toxic chemicals reported by the Syrian government.
The report did not say when the 11 incidents took place or specify any location.
“In one instance, the analysis of some blood samples indicates that individuals were at some point exposed to sarin or a sarin-like substance,” said the OPCW report sent to the security council last week.
“Further investigation would be necessary to determine when or under what circumstances such exposure might have occurred,” said the report.
Previous fact-finding missions by the OPCW in Syria have pointed to the use of chlorine and mustard gas.
The UN Security Council is due to discuss Syria’s chemical weapons use during a meeting on Tuesday.
President Bashar al-Assad’s regime and rebel forces have accused each other of using chemical agents in the nearly five-year war that has killed more than 250,000 people.
After an August 2013 sarin attack outside Damascus that much of the international community blamed on Assad’s government, the regime agreed to turn over its chemical arsenal.
The report said that 99.6% of all declared chemical weapons in Syria had been destroyed.
The report said that 99.6 percent of all declared chemical weapons in Syria had been destroyed.”

Dunque il rapporto non parla di Ghouta, non parla di “risultanze”, dà conto invece che, val la pena di ricordarlo, il regime siriano aveva armi chimiche, pur avendolo sempre negato, e nel 2013 consegnò il suo arsenale, o quello che dichiarò essere il suo arsenale, pur avendo sempre negato di averne uno, e conferma che in molti altri casi si è parlato di uso di armi chimiche in Siria, di vari tipi.

Noi siamo contro chiunque le abbia usate in qualsiasi contesto (e per bombe al cloro sembra impossibile un utilizzatore diverso dal regime siriano), ma ci chiediamo chi possa aver fatto diffuso un rapporto alterato.

Una risposta? Forse colui che a Damasco voleva “distrarre” da Madaya.

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