“The sectarian war in Syria reportedly has claimed more than 60,000 lives and spawned concerns in the Middle East and the West about access to chemical weapons by non-state actors such as al Qaeda, Hezbollah and Hamas. Syria’s chemical weapons stockpiles are of immediate concern to Israel, Jordan and the United States, whether in Syrian President Bashar Assad’s hands or those of terrorist organizations. Yet the locations of chemical weapons munitions and Scud missiles equipped with chemical warheads in Syria have been identified and are continually monitored. That is not the case with the arguably more dangerous biological weapons being developed by the nexus of Iran, Syria and North Korea.” Featured in the Washington Times


Prof Andrew O’Neil has commented on the attractiveness of certain regimes preference for using biological weapons. Read the full story here: http://p.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/jan/24/scent-of-germ-warfare-raises-fear-in-the-mideast/#.URt-w8PQSUk.mailto