Trying to score Propaganda Points,Syrian rebels have captured large parts of a military base near Homs, AP/Guradian.

After several few bad days for the Free Syrian Army the single one man operation  The Britain-based Observatory for Human Rights is now supposedly reporting gains for the Free Syrian Army terrorists in Homs, according to AP and guardian.

The Britain-based Observatory for Human Rights said the opposition fighters took control of most of the Dabaa military complex in Homs province on Thursday morning, after weeks of fighting with government forces for control of the facility. Sporadic fighting was still being reported in some parts of the base, the Observatory said.
Dabaa is a former air force base and has an airfield, which hasn't been used since the fighting broke out. Instead, the army has based ground troops in the facility to fight the rebels, the Observatory said. It did not say how many — if any — government troops were at the base when it was overrun by rebels.
The base is located near Qusair, a contested central Syrian town near a key highway between Damascus and the coastal enclave that is the heartland of Syria's Alawite community.
The group said government forces withdrew to military barracks east of the airport after fierce clashes took place, with casualties on both sides.

 The activists/FSA Suppouters had posted an video onto YouTube purports to show rebels celebrating the gain on captured tank. While shouting allahu akbars during an footage shot taken in the night supposedly taken yes at night at the Dabaa military complex.

This single report by the single one man operation  The Britain-based Observatory for Human Rights which also reported victories by the Syrian Arab Army for the first time since 2011.

The EU blackmailing Serbia Over Kosovo Agreement.
"There would be no direct economic consequences"

The former Prime Minister Iveta Radičova during an interview to Belgrade-based daily Blic she had stated Slovakia could recognize if Serbia signs the Kosovo/EU agreement thus Slovakia also that it will support Serbia strongly on its path towards EU membership former Prime Minister Iveta Radičova has stated.

During the interview. Radičova noted she could not speak for the current government, but that she believed there was no reason for Slovakia "not to support both Serbia and Kosovo as two independent countries once their relations have normalized.

Of course former Prime Minister Iveta Radičova also had made a ridicules statement during the interview. Iveta Radičova had stated "There would be no direct economic consequences, apart from Serbia perhaps losing an opportunity to benefit from the advantages of EU integration, so it would not be a good decision to refuse an agreement with Priština," she had stated during the interview.

This is more of an blackmail then an  former Prime Minister suggesting Serbia to sign the EU/Kosovo Agreement. By stating claims there would be no direct economic consequences is ridicules, European Nations which has joined the European Union have faced numerous economy hardships including Greece, for the former Prime Minister Iveta to suggest to Serbia that there would be no direct economic consequences is far rather ridicules and it looks more of an blackmail then anything else.

It would seem the  European  union wont take no for an answer. As other EU states continue to talk they hope to hear Serbia's response sometime in June. Though Serbia has rejected the agreement. Which was meant on abounding the Serbian population in the north of Kosovo.

Unverified Accounts of an Supposed Gas gas attack In Shekh Maksoud district Aleppo Syria. Free Syrian Army Controlled district.

 There are two unverified reports from Syria, Aleppo in the Shekh Maksoud district Aleppo northern Aleppo. An Area which is largely controlled by the Free Syrian Army.

According to the one man operation Rami Abdelrahman, head of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, cited witnesses as saying that two gas bombs had been dropped from an army helicopter.
Doctors in the town of Afrin, where the injured were taken, told the Observatory that victims had "hallucinated, vomited, had excess mucus and felt their eyes were burning".

According to Rami two children and one women were killed killed by wounds. They were killed by 2 bombs dropped by a military helicopter on their house in the al-Sheikh Maqsoud neighbourhood, based on activists from the neighbourhood. The casualties' neighbours reported to the Syrian Observatory that they heard a helicopter at dawn and later heard two explosions, after heading to the house they found some of the residents unconscious and others killed. 16 were wounded by poisonous gases and were transported to the A'frin city, medical sources reported that those injured suffered hallucinations, severe vomiting, nose bleeding and eye burning, one of which lost eye sight. 

Two Different Versions of The Attack.

Thus as proclaimed on its facebook page. An other source in Syria a Kurdish foretells a different  version. According to the Kurdish source by the name of RK. 

According to the
Kurdish source it claims and usually they blamed Assad's army, the source claims
the Shekh Maksoud district Aleppo has being shelled with a single cyanide. On Syrian Observatory for Human Rights,facebook they provided an image of the shell.
The image apparently shows the apparent shell however the image doesn't appear to show an damage radius of an gas attack/Helicopter/Shelling. Expect for the apparent shell. An actual gas attack would cause the death of nearly thousands of people. chemical warfare agents dont just kill and wound few. 

These conflicting reports of another supposed chemical attack in Aleppo come 20 days after an supposed chemical attack in an attack Tuesday on March 25 in Khan al-Asal in the northern province of Aleppo and in Damascus.

According to the Kurdish source the chemical agent which used in the supposed attack of
the Shekh Maksoud district Aleppo. The Chem Agent is Cyanide. Cyanide is a rapidly acting, potentially deadly chemical that can exist in various formscan be a colorless gas, such as hydrogen cyanide (HCN) or cyanogen chloride (CNCl), or a crystal form such as sodium cyanide (NaCN) or potassium cyanide (KCN).
Cyanide sometimes is described as having a “bitter almond” smell, but it does not always give off an odor, and not everyone can detect this odor.

Yet both sources have not explained probably on the symptoms, although the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights stated medical sources reported that those injured suffered hallucinations, severe vomiting, nose bleeding and eye burning, in which a person had lost its eye sight.

These symptoms which are stated by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights are not related to the   Chem Agent Cyanide. Each Chem Agents have their own symptoms. With thus we can safely say what it was it was not Cyanide.

Chlorine is a major possibility the majority of these symptoms do make it seem that which
Chlorine was used in the attack. Chlorine is known to cause loss of vision and among other listed symptoms from the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. It would it seem likely as an Chlorine attack based on the symptoms provided by SOHR.


Claims of Further Chemical Attacks Encourages The Pro Ground militarily Interventionists

Without any clear further evidence of such chemical agents or "WMDs" these reported claims of Chem attacks would  further increase Militarily Regime Change rhetoric from the Pro Interventionists who have a belief which the violence in Syria. The biggest voices of those Interventionists are no other then the same people who brought us the Iraqi war.

These same people brought us the Iraqi war. Are using the same propaganda they had used agaisnt Iraq onto Syria, by claiming Syria has WMD stockpiles. Of course the new claim the Pro Interventionists they are now using is these WMD stockpiles came to Syria before the invasion to topple Saddam Hussein way back in 2003.

Accordingly all this based on a single source from a book the former Iraqi general, Georges Sada, who served under Saddam Hussein before he defected, wrote a comprehensive book detailing how the Iraqi Revolutionary Guard moved weapons of mass destruction into Syria, before the US-led action to eliminate Saddam Hussein’s WMD threat. He has written this book in 2006. Which of course the republicans.

Are suggesting this book which has being written by the the former Iraqi general, Georges Sada, is only making GW Bush look like a hero then an War Criminal. These same people who are now urging for an military intervention into Syria.

Don't even consider on bothering to ask the important questions on the Free Syrian Army and its Brigades. Thus our mainstream news outlets are replaying a dangerous script  which had being used before agaisnt Saddam's Iraq, which its now being reused in Syria and Iran.

Today's Headline Picture at Syria's guardian live blog: Three Children at a refugee camp,Children supposedly Crying. 

On today's guardian live Syria's coverage blog, the guardian had provided quite a deceiving image from one of the refugee camp's in the city of Tyre, in southern Lebanon.
The captioned below the image read as:
[Syrian children cry inside a tent at a refugee camp in the city of Tyre, in southern Lebanon. The United Nations said on April 9, 2013, it will halt food aid to 400,000 Syrian refugees in Lebanon next month unless it receives urgent new funding. Photograph: Ali Hashisho/Reuters]

Although the image which the guardian had provided for its live coverage is misleading. In the image you can clearer see three children yet however the captioned below the image claims the children in the same image are crying inside the tent yet the first boy whose peeking at the tent.

Does the boy in the tent whose peeking at the photographer look as if his crying in despair? no he isn't the same can be  stated for the girl whose laughing not crying.

So now the question is why would the guardian add an image of three children at a tent camp  in the city of Tyre, in southern Lebanon. Which doesn't show the children crying but rather laughing?   ather perhaps we can refer the photographer was doing something funny in order for the photographer to take picture. But clearer the photographer didn't take an image of children crying but children laughing.