German intelligence agents say they have new evidence that the Syrian regime was behind the chemical weapons attacks on rebel-held areas of Damascus which left more than 1,400 dead.Not good.
The agents added they were almost certain that the chemical agent used was the nerve gas sarin.
German intelligence intercepted a telephone conversation between a senior member of the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah and Iranian diplomats in Beirut, said Gerhard Schindler, the head of Germany's foreign intelligence agency, the Bundesnachrichtendienst (BND).
The high-ranking Hezbollah operative admitted that poison gas was used but said that he believed that Assad had "lost his nerve" and "made a big mistake" by ordering the attack.
And you had better realise Iran will use this as a smokescreen as they continue sprinting to the nuke finish line, putting millions under threat. END