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Syria: Hundreds of Militants, Family Members Leave Douma
TEHRAN (FNA)- Hundreds of Jeish al-Islam militants and their family members left the town of Douma in Eastern Ghouta within the framework of an evacuation agreement with the Syrian Army on Monday.

A sum of 31 buses evacuated hundreds of Jeish al-Islam militants and their family members from Douma for other militant-held regions via al-Wafedeen safe corridor.

Abu Hassan Haroun, one of the senior commanders of Jeish al-Islam and the group's key manager in Douma, was among the evacuated militants.

Evacuation process of the militants will continue amid release of kidnapped civilians in Douma.

In the meantime, local sources reported that terrorists in Douma have embarked on setting fire at their bases and positions before evacuation.

Earlier reports said that the first group of civilians who had been kidnapped by Jeish al-Islam in Douma left the town for Damascus via al-Wafedeen safe corridor on Sunday afternoon.

The freed civilians were mainly children and women.

Most of the released civilians were kidnapped and transferred to Douma by the terrorists in 2013 when they occupied the town of Adra al-Omaliyah.

A large number of civilians were massacred by terrorists in Adra al-Omaliyah at the time.

Syrian Reconciliation Minister Ali Heidar had announced that over 5,000 people were in Jeish al-Islam's jails.

Also, seven buses transferred a number of Jeish al-Islam militants and their family members from Douma to the town on Jarabulus in Northeastern Aleppo.

The Russian Defense Ministry said that 8,000 Jeish al-Islam militants and 40,000 of their family members are to leave Douma for other militant-held regions based on the newly-concluded agreement.

Eastern Ghouta: Terrorists Hand over Modern Arms Made in Israeli, Europe to Syrian Army
TEHRAN (FNA)- Jeish al-Islam militants delivered their advanced Israel and European-made weapons to the Syrian Army within the framework of an evacuation agreement in the town of Douma, a media outlet reported on Wednesday.

The Arabic-language website of Sputnik reported that a sum of 1,384 militants and their family members with a total number of 3,792 left Douma for the town of Jarabulus in Northeastern Aleppo on 85 buses.

It went on to say that the evacuation process will continue for the next two days due to logistical reasons, adding that Jeish al-Islam has handed over its light and semi-heavy arms to the army.

The Arabic Sputnik further said that Israeli sniper rifles and Belgian-made RPG rockets and PKC machineguns were among the arms.

People in the town of Douma on Tuesday took control of a number of warehouses used by Jeish al-Islam for hoarding food stuff after the terrorist group started retreating from the town under an evacuation plan agreed with the Syrian Army.

Civilians in Douma stormed several food warehouses of Jeish al-Islam and seized control over them.

Hundreds of tons of fuel and food stuff had been hoarded in the warehouses by Jeish al-Islam that refused to distribut them among people in Douma.

Local sources reported that hoarding food stuff was used as a pressure lever by Jeish al-Islam commanders to control civilians in militant-held regions in Eastern Ghouta.

In the meantime, the Russian Defense Ministry announced that a sum of 3,637 terrorists have left Douma via al-Wafedeen safe corridor in the last 24 hours.

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シリア市民は眠れぬ夜を 2018/4/11

シリア攻撃 米同盟軍の動き



※ Danny Makki @Dannymakkisyria氏の2018/4/11 7:55のツイート
Heavy flight of US & coalition aircraft over the Syria - Iraq border at present.

※ RT認証済みアカウント @RT_comの2018/4/11のツイート
‘Possible air strikes on #Syria within 72 hours’: EU air traffic control issues an alert

Europe air traffic control issues alert over ‘possible air strikes on Syria within 72 hours’
Eurocontrol, an EU body responsible for handling air traffic over the continent, has issued a Rapid Alert Notification to flight operators in the eastern Mediterranean, warning them to be ready for NATO rocket launches into Syria.
“Due to the possible launch of air strikes into Syria with air-to-ground and / or cruise missiles within the next 72 hours, and the possibility of intermittent disruption of radio navigation equipment, due consideration needs to be taken when planning flight operations in the Eastern Mediterranean / Nicosia FIR area,” the alert said.

The alert warns pilots to be ready for specific NOTAMs (Notices to Airmen), concerning flight risks and obstacles that may arise.

On Monday, US President Donald Trump said that he was “very strongly, very seriously" considering military action against the government of Bashar Assad over the alleged chemical attack in Douma in Syria on April 7. Trump said that a “major decision” would be taken within the following 24-48 hours.

An air strike was already carried out against a Syrian air base on Monday, although no state has claimed responsibility. Damascus, Moscow and Tehran say that the attack was carried out by Israel from Lebanese airspace.

※ 共同2018/4/11 07:09

※ RT2018/4/11
‘We hope you come to your senses’: Russia warns US against illegal Syria strike
The US' reaction to the alleged chemical incident in the town of Douma has clearly shown it was the long-sought pretext to attack Syria, which was finally provided by the “White Helmets’ provocateurs,” the Russian UN envoy said.

The alleged chemical incident in Douma was only beneficial for the militants, Russia’s permanent representative to the UN, Vassily Nebenzia, said, urging his Western counterparts to explain why Damascus would decide to do so. The purported attack was reported on Saturday, amid the evacuation of militants from the besieged town.

※ Ajamu Baraka認証済みアカウント @ajamubaraka氏の2018/4/11のツイート
We will not forget the role of the "liberal" press pushing for war along with their radical apologists like Juan Cole and the humanitarian interventionists who have not seen an U.S. intervention that they couldn't support.

※ the Lemniscat @theLemniscat氏の2018/4/11のツイート
Please watch this staged video of Douma "chemical attack"
Fake medical workers walk aimlessly about.
Notice how the boy in the red & black striped soccer shirt, who rearranges his sweater at the beginning, is led in again later
#SyriaHoax #Falseflaghttps://twitter.com/twitter/statuses/983791200447684608




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激しい腹痛、そして気が遠くなる アンケート実施中

※ うどんの人 @おかゆ食べたい @udon257氏の2018/4/4のツイート

※ machico @machico_n氏の2018/4/6のツイート
12:59 - 2018年4月6日

※ machico @machico_n氏の2018/4/6のツイート

※ machico @machico_n氏の2018/4/6のツイート

※ machico @machico_n氏の2018/4/7のツイート

※ NKMさんのコメント

※ 読者からの情報


原因物質は何でしょう? 関東だけではない。最後の情報で確認できます。全国区ですね。それほど特殊な食材ではない。 

1 始めて経験した時期
2 これまでに経験した回数
3 経験した場所
4 直前に食べた原因とみられる食事の内容
5 症状
6 回復までにかかった時間
7 後遺症



パン食でも。乳製品、牛肉が有力か? ベーグルでも症状が出ていますから小麦粉?


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テロリスト敗退決定的で米軍が前面に ロシア下院国防委員会議長が軍事面での対応を明言


‘Israel made a mistake by striking Syria & jeopardizing relations with Russia’ – expert
Israel’s airstrike on a Syrian airbase was a strategic error that’d be hard to explain to Russia, as the aggressive act can’t be classified in any other way than aiding terrorists, political scientist Vyacheslav Matuzov told RT.

"The Israelis, I think, have made a strategic mistake because, by picking up the role of a warmongering client of the US, they put into question the whole Israeli-Russian relations," Matuzov said. "The T-4 airfield that was bombed by the Israeli Air Force hosted a number of Russian aircraft, including Mi-8, Ka-52 helicopters. There were Russian servicemen, Russian pilots there."

The Israeli military isn't denying the attack, but refusing to comment on the issue, "which is the same as acknowledging it," Matuzov, who’s also the head of the Russian-Arab Friendship and Business Cooperation Society, believes. "But the Russian military, having all the special means in their possession, clearly identified who fired the missiles."

Early on Monday, Russia's Defense Ministry said that two Israeli F-15 fighters had targeted Syria's T-4 airbase in Homs province.

The fact that no Russian personnel and hardware was lost in the attack "doesn't make the situation easier for Israel because, when an airfield is struck like this, anything can happen," Matuzov said.

"Now the mechanism of diplomatic and military consultations – traditionally maintained between Russia and Israel – has been launched. I think it'll be hard for Israel to explain this aggressive act. The Syrian army is fighting terrorism and what Israel did can't be classified any other way [than] as aiding the terrorists, who are close to defeat in Eastern Ghouta," the expert said.

"I have great doubts over the statements by some Russian political experts, who say that that Israel is the only reliable ally of Russia in the Middle East, but not the Arab countries. I think this point of view doesn't stand up to criticism," he added.
注:下線部のpolitical expertsはだれを指す?

Israel is interested in a continued conflict in Syria as it is striving to prevent its main geopolitical rival and President Bashar Assad’s ally, Iran, "from strengthening its position in the region, which will certainly happen after the end of the Syrian war. In order to do this, Israel must drain the Syrian army of blood and… help the Americans in achieving their task of bringing down the Syrian regime," Matuzov explained.

Airstrikes aren't the only way the Jewish State is meddling in Syria as "the Kurdish units on the eastern shore of [the] Euphrates are closely connected to and supported by the Israeli and US military," he pointed out.
Matuzov said it's hard to speculate if Israel carried out the airstrike because "the US delegated their dirty work to it" or if it decided to take action on its own, after realizing that the Americans were reluctant to fulfill Donald Trump's threats of vengeance after reports of chemical attacks in Syria.

Anti-government activists, including the controversial White Helmets civil defense group, on Saturday accused the Syrian authorities of using chemical weapons in the militant-held town of Douma in the Damascus suburb of Eastern Ghouta, saying that dozens of civilians were killed and hundreds more affected.

The reports led to renewed calls for a Western intervention of Syria, despite Damascus saying they were a "fabrication" and Russia's Foreign Ministry describing them as "fake news." Moscow also warned that any military action taken against Syria would be "absolutely unacceptable" and could lead to "dire consequences."

Israeli missile strike ‘indirect response’ to Syrian Army’s success in E. Ghouta – Damascus
Sunday’s missile strike in Homs was Israel’s “indirect response” to the Syrian Army’s liberation of Eastern Ghouta, Damascus has said. Syria also called on the UN Security Council to condemn the act of “Israeli aggression.”

"The Israeli attack constitutes an indirect response to the success of the Syrian Arab Army in eliminating armed terrorist groups from the Damascus suburbs and other Syrian areas,” the Syrian Foreign Ministry wrote in a letter to UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres obtained by Syria’s SANA news agency.

※ Danny Makki @Dannymakkisyria氏の2018/4/10のツイート
13. Final death toll from the attack was 14, a mix of #SAA and Iranian backed forces

No doubt Douma ‘chemical attack’ staged, OPCW must investigate on ground in Syria – Russia UN envoy
The UN Security Council held an emergency meeting on security in the Middle East, in the wake of reports of an alleged chemical attack in the Syrian city of Douma.

The UN special envoy for Syria, Staffan de Mistura, opened the meeting by describing the reports about the alleged chemical attack in Douma and the subsequent airstrike against the Syrian T-4 air base. He called for an “independent investigation” of the alleged chemical incident and urged restraint for all sides, in view of the airbase attack.

Russia is deeply concerned by the fact that some capitals, Washington as well as London and Paris, which are “blindly following” their US allies, have engaged “in a confrontational policy against Russia and Syria without any justification,” The Russian Ambassador to the UN, Vassily Nebenzia, said during the meeting. He went on to say that Moscow recently faced “slander, hawkish rhetoric, sanctions, blackmail” and even “threats of force.”

Western states are now threatening and slandering Russia with a ferocity that their governments “did not take the liberty” to unleash during the Cold War, Nebenzia added. “Russia has been inexcusably threatened,” he said.

Nebenzia stressed that every time the Western powers interfere into other states’ affairs, they “leave only chaos behind.” “Do you understand the dangerous threshold to which you are bringing the world?” the Russian envoy asked.

There is “no doubt” that the alleged chemical attack in Syria’s Douma was staged, Nebenzia said, commenting on the developments in Eastern Ghouta. He then called for an impartial probe into the reported incident, which should begin with the presumption of innocence.

The UN chemical watchdog must visit Syria and investigate the allegations, Nebenzia said, calling on the Organization for the Prohibition of the Chemical Weapons (OPCW) to visit Douma as early as Tuesday. Syrian and Russian troops would provide the inspectors with a safe passage to the area of the alleged chemical attack in Douma after they arrive to Damascus, he said.

Nebenzia questioned the 'evidence' provided by the controversial White Helmets group. In particular, he said the scene of an alleged chemical strike was a fake, saying that it seemed “unnatural” that the bomb “struck the roof of a building and then fell on a wooden bed without even damaging it.”

Assad had no reason to launch chem attack, unlike those who want US involvement – Ron Paul
Washington and the US media seem to have no doubts about the Syrian government's complicity in the Douma incident despite the fact that those who want America to stay in Syria have far more solid motives, Ron Paul told RT.
The assertion by White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders that Washington is "confident" that Syrian President Bashar Assad is culpable for the alleged chemical attack on the Damascus suburb of Douma does not stand up to scrutiny, Ron Paul, former congressman and founder of the Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity, told RT.

"I don't know what they are confident about. They are confident in telling lies and hope people will believe it," he said.

Mainstream American media don't seem to need facts to back the White House's claims, either. "Most of the time when a crime is committed in this country, the stations, when they are not sure, they carefully say: 'this is allegedly' – but they never do this under these circumstances and they have zero bits of information," Paul pointed out.

While there are few questions in the US media over who is to blame for the alleged incident, the former congressman argues that Assad is the last person to suspect. "I think that least likely it would be Assad," he said, noting that the same goes for Moscow.

"I cannot see any reason why Assad would do this, there's no reason for Russians to have done that." Unlike Russia and Syria, the forces who want to see the US staying in Syria have a clear motive, Paul said.

"There are so many who want to stir up trouble, and the people who want us to stay there," he said, suggesting that Trump's recent promise to leave Syria "very soon" might have prompted war hawks to take action. "I think the policy makers here did not want us to leave and somebody does it for them," he argued, stressing that "this whole idea that, all of a sudden, Assad is gassing his own people, is a total nonsense."

Speaking about what drives the US to keep entrenching in Syria, Paul argued that the "ulterior goal" here is to contain Iran. "It's been Iran for a long time, and it has a lot to do with Saudi Arabia and Iran. I think that's the number one," he said, adding that tensions between Sunnis and Shia are part of the conflict.

"And then, there are neocons in this country who have their agenda – perpetual war for perpetual profits – and the military industry complex. And they all come together and then you throw in oil, and guess what, it's bipartisan," Paul said of internal US motives that feed into the protracted conflict in war-ravaged Syria.

Speaking about Trump's foreign-policy strategy in a broad terms, Paul noted that what should be taken into account is not the US president's often self-contradictory statements, but his appointments that "got worse" with John Bolton as part of his "war cabinet."

"All of a sudden, neocons run the show. Therefore, that is what really counts. Now, John Bolton, he is really going to help us out on a sensible foreign policy!" Paul said sarcastically, recalling Bolton's hawkish record of preaching war in Iraq.

Russian Air Force Goes on Alert over Syrian Airspace amid US Threat of Military Action
TEHRAN (FNA)- The Russian military, deployed in an airbase in Western Syria, placed its pilots on alert on Tuesday after reports said a US warship has arrived in Syrian waters in preparation for a likely missile attack on the war-hit country.

The Russian A-50 fighter jets started to fly over the Syrian coastal provinces of Lattakia and Tartus following reports on deployment of the US navy's Donald Cock Striker near the Syrian Tartus port in Eastern Mediterranean Sea and a possible missile attack by the striker on the Syrian territory.

Based on reports, the Donald Cock Striker carries a sum of 60 Tomahawk missiles and is capable of using them to target Syria's soil any time.

Unofficial reports said several Russian jets conducted warning drills near the US Striker to shoo it away from the regional waters and the American vessel retreated from Syrian waters to Israeli coastal region.

US President Donald Trump announced on Monday that the its will be soon clear that the false-flag chemical attack on the town of Douma in Eastern Ghouta was carried out by Iran, Russian or Syria, adding that the US will decided how to react about the chemical attack on Tuesday or Wednesday.

The US President has also met with military commanders over a possible "forceful response" to alleged chemical attacks in Syria.

His statements echoed earlier remarks by Defense Secretary James Mattis. When asked by a reporter if the US was considering military strikes against Syria, Mattis replied that he "would not rule out anything right now."

On Sunday, Trump wrote on Twitter that there would be a "big price to pay" for the alleged attack.

The US and its allied have not thus far been able of proving that the Douma chemical incident was down by the Syrian Army or Damascus' allies.

In the meantime, the Russian Defense ministry announced that it did not find any evidence of chemical attack on Douma in its investigations.

On Saturday, some rebel-linked groups, including the White Helmets, accused the Syrian government of carrying out a chemical attack that, allegedly, affected dozens of civilians in the Eastern Ghouta town of Douma. The reports already provoked a wave of outrage in the West, as the US and the EU rushed to put the blame for the incident on Damascus and Moscow.

Syria and Russia have dismissed the accusations and called the reports fake news, aimed at helping the militants and at justifying potential strikes against Syrian forces.

In a statement on Monday, the Russian Defense Ministry said two Israeli F-15s had fired eight guided missiles at the T-4 airfield, but five rockets were shot down by Syrian air-defense systems.

It added that the Israeli aircraft did not enter Syrian airspace and launched the strikes while flying over Lebanon.

The Arabic service of RT news channel quoted a Syrian military source as saying on Monday that Israel was running full cooperation and coordination with the US in airstrikes on T4 airbase in Homs province.

The Arabic RT reported that the recent Israeli attack would not be launched without full coordination with the US.

He also dismissed as sheer lies the Israeli claims that its attacks on T4 are due to the presence of the Iranian forces, noting that the real reason is that Tel Aviv is aware of the possibilities and quality of equipment used at the airbase and is attempting to wear off Damascus' capabilities by destructive moves, given the fact that the crisis in Syria is ending.

The source said that interception of 5 out of 8 missiles fired at T4 shows the defense capabilities of the airbase, adding that the Israeli fighter jets are no more willing to enter the Syrian airspace after an F-16 warplane was shot down by Syria over a month ago.

Syrian state TV quoted an unnamed military official as saying that Israeli F-15 warplanes fired several missiles at T4. It gave no further details.

Several Israeli ministers accused Damascus of launching chemical attack in Douma in Eastern Ghouta, and called for the US army attack on Syrian army's strongholds.

In April 2017, the US Navy fired a sum of 59 Tomahawk missiles at Syria's al-Sha'eirat base in Homs province under the pretext of a false-flag chemical attack by terrorist groups on the town of Khan Sheikhoun in Southern Idlib.

Duma defense chief says Russia may respond with military force to US strike on Syria

The head of the Duma defense committee and former commander of Russian airborne troops has said Moscow would take all measures, including military ones, in response to a possible US strike on government forces in Syria.

“The double standard policy has overstepped all possible boundaries. At this point, the [pro-Putin parliamentary majority] United Russia party must responsibly state that we are going to take all political and diplomatic measures, and also military measures if such need arises,” Vladimir Shamanov said on Tuesday before the State Duma plenary session. “Not a single unlawful action will be left without response,” he added.
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