‘Calculated move: No Takfiris hurt in Syria’s Idlib Chemical attack’

April 6, The Iran Project – An Iranian parliamentarian has stressed that chemical attack in Syria’s northwestern Idlib Province was preplanned, saying no Takfiris was hurt in the event.

In reaction to the chemical attack in the Syrian town of Khan Shaykhu and the US accusing Syrian military of being involved in the incident, Abolfazl Hassan Beigi said following the considerable achievements of the Syrian Resistance Axis and the failures of the US and its allies, like Qatar and Saudi Arabia, Americans trying to threat Syrian government by equipping Daesh and Takfiris with chemical weapons.

The Member of Parliament’s National Security and Foreign Policy Commission added the chemical attack in Khan Shaykhun was preplanned since no Tafkiris was hurt in the incident.

Elsewhere in his remarks, he noted that US and its allies is now focusing on West Asia region as they  see that the resistance axis, with over a million member in West Asia, has gained considerable power.

Of course, U.S. President Donald Trump, after his rise to power, said the US plans to attack seven points, including Canada, China, Iran and Syria, to divert the world public opinion of the US failures in West Asia as well as their future plans for the area, the Iranian lawmaker said.

Dozens of people were killed in a chemical attack in the Syrian town of Khan Shaykhun in the northwestern province of Idlib on Tuesday.

Syria’s opposition accused the Syrian government of bombing Khan Shaykhun with chemical munitions.

However, the Syrian army categorically denied the accusation about its involvement in the deadly attack, emphasizing that it “has never used them, anytime, anywhere, and will not do so in the future.”

Russia’s Defense Ministry said the deaths were caused when a Syrian air strike struck a “terrorist warehouse” used for making bombs containing “toxic substances.”