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Assad forces behind deadly Sarin attack - UN

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20 minutes ago, IbnSina said:

@Ībn Mūneer Āl-Feylī

With regards to the U.N organization not being biased and being politically motivated and having their own agenda, please see the beginning of the video below:

 

So history, which is the ultimate truth, dictates that the UN can decide to condemn chemical weapons use in one case and not condemn it in the next. Is it a far stretch to think that they would support these muddy reports on claimed CW use in syria made by countries "own sources" because of political reasons? No its not.

 

 

So, the UN can decide to condemn chemical weapons use in one case and not condemn it in the next is the meaning of double standard, political interest, injustice which basically roots from ignorance/jahiliyah.

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21 minutes ago, myouvial said:

So, the UN can decide to condemn chemical weapons use in one case and not condemn it in the next is the meaning of double standard, political interest, injustice which basically roots from ignorance/jahiliyah.

Yes and the conclusion is that UN reports is by no means a unbiased source of information or some kind of ultimate truth but that they serve their own masters and have their own agendas.

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