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Is Assad planning KAMIKAZE strikes on the West?

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  • Is Assad planning KAMIKAZE strikes on the West?

    Army officer says Western forces will face 'hell fire' if they attack Syria
    Says 'I myself am ready to blow myself up against U.S. aircraft carriers'
    Assad says Syria would 'defend itself in the face of any aggression'
    Thousands of Syrians flee as fears of war ripple across the Middle East
    Israel and Turkey stock up on gas masks in case of attacks from Syria

    Five million Israelis, around 60% of the population, now have gas masks
    Iran chief says attack on Syria 'would lead to imminent destruction' of Israel

    UN inspectors prepare to examine sites were chemical rockets struck
    U.S. and Russia bolster navies as White House plans military response
    Pope says dialogue is 'only option to end violence against the defenceless'

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    President Assad is considering using kamikaze pilots against Western forces, a Syrian army officer operating air defences near Damascus has claimed.
    In the event of an attack by the U.S. and Britain, the Syrian army had 8,000 'suicide martyrs' who would give their lives to bring down warplanes if necessary, the unnamed officer said.
    He said: 'If (US and British) warplanes raid our skies they will face hell fire.
    'If we are unable to shoot down their warplanes with artillery, we have military pilots who are ready to attack these foreign warplanes by their own warplanes and blow them up in the air.'
    The officer, whose claims could not be verified, spoke out as President Assad said today that Syria would 'defend itself in the face of any aggression' - fanning fears across the region of all-out war.

    Panic stations: An ultra-Orthodox Jewish man walks with his children after collecting gas masks at a distribution point in Israel as fears grow that strikes by the U.S. and Britain on Syria could trigger all-out war

    Piled high: Thousands of Israelis have been queueing up for gas masks or ordered them by phone, spurred on by fears that any Western military response could ensnare their own country in war

    Braced for war: The Israeli postal service, which oversees gas mask distribution, said demand has tripled in recent days, meaning about five million Israelis, roughly 60 per cent of the population, now have them

    Getting in line: Israelis queue to collect gas masks at a centre in the Mediterranean coastal city of Haifa

    The officer told The Guardian that 13 pilots had signed a pledge this week saying they would form 'a crew of suicide martyrs to foil the U.S. warplanes'.

    He claimed: 'We have more than 8,000 suicide martyrs within the Syrian army, ready to carry out martyrdom operations at any moment to stop the Americans and the British.
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    'I myself am ready to blow myself up against U.S. aircraft carriers to stop them attacking Syria and its people.'
    He said the morale of the Syrian army was high, adding: 'We are the resistance axe in the Arab world.'

    In safe hands: An Italian soldier gives water to a rescued girl aboard the Foscari ship near Sicily after recovering almost 200 people from a crippled fishing boat who are believed to have fled the violence in Syria

    Desperate measures: Italy's coast guard and navy rescue about 350 people, mostly Syrians, off the coast of Sicily from a badly overcrowded and crippled fishing boat which they used to escape the civil war

    Traumatic: Among those rescued from the boat were 48 children, including a four-day-old girl born on the crossing

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      Russia will send two ships to the east Mediterranean to strengthen its naval presence in response to the Syria crisis.
      The Interfax news agency quoted a source in the military's general staff as saying an anti-submarine vessel and a missile cruiser, above, would be sent in the coming days because the situation 'required us to make some adjustments' in the naval force.

      The Defence Ministry was not immediately available for comment.
      Meanwhile, U.S. officials say the Navy is beefing up its presence in the Persian Gulf region, increasing the number of aircraft carriers from one to two.
      The USS Harry S Truman has arrived in the Arabian Sea alongside USS Nimitz.

      U.S. officials describe the decision as prudent planning and say it doesn't suggest the carrier would play a role in any possible strikes.
      France has reportedly also despatched an anti-aircraft frigate in the direction of Syria.
      The frigate Chevalier Paul left the port of Toulon in the south of France this morning, according to The Local, which cited French online news site Le Point.
      France said it was ready to commit forces to an operation in Syria, but defence minister Jean-Yves Le Drian stopped short of

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          Any escalation of the Syrian crisis following an apparent chemical weapons attack will worsen suffering of civilians that has already reached unprecedented levels, the International Committee of the Red Cross has said.
          There are acute shortages of vital medical supplies, food and water in a number of areas in Syria cut off from aid deliveries for months, according to the independent agency.
          The Geneva-based ICRC has tried to reach civilians trapped in the old city of Homs since early July, but says it has been blocked by Syrian government authorities.
          In a statement, it said: 'In large parts of rural Damascus, for example, people are dying because they lack medical supplies and there aren't enough medical personnel to attend them.'
          At least 100,000 people have been killed in the conflict that began in March 2011, and every day hundreds of people die or struggle with injuries, according to the ICRC.

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              same arsenal as what was with saddam, uncanny similarity, chemical attack on kurds ! same here


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