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KURDS Are Fearful Of The Use Of CHEMICAL WEAPONS By ISIS In Kobani.

 
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KURDS Are Fearful Of The Use Of CHEMICAL WEAPONS By ISIS In Kobani.
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Kurds are fearful of the use of chemical weapons by ISIS in Kobani.

One of the few doctors left there is reporting blisters and breathing difficulties.

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Patients with blisters, burning eyes and breathing difficulties turned up at a clinic after a blast was heard on Tuesday evening, Dr Walat Omar said. He described the symptoms as abnormal and said he could not identify their cause, but suspected a chemical weapon.

“After a loud explosion [on Tuesday night], we received some patients with abnormal symptoms. They reported a bad smell which produced some kind of allergic reaction,” Omar said in a telephone interview that was periodically disrupted by heavy explosions.
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Re: KURDS Are Fearful Of The Use Of CHEMICAL WEAPONS By ISIS In Kobani.
There's nothing isisrael won't use to wipe out the gentiles in their way
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Re: KURDS Are Fearful Of The Use Of CHEMICAL WEAPONS By ISIS In Kobani.
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officials said Thursday that they were looking into a new report that Islamic State militants had used chlorine gas as a weapon against Iraqi police officers last month near Balad, north of Baghdad.

According to the accounts of the officers, fighters for the Islamic State, also known as ISIS or ISIL, set off an explosive that unleashed a mass of yellow smoke that hung close to the ground, The Washington Post reported. The Post said that hospital officials who treated the men, as well as an unnamed Iraqi Defense Ministry official, confirmed the men’s suspicion that chlorine gas had been used against them. Eleven officers were made ill, though all survived.





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