Germany and Israel are tauting a new source for their intelligence gathering, Syrian Archive founded by a two man team consisting of: Hadi al-Khatib and Jeff Deutch. Other members include: Abdul Rahman Jaloud, Niko Para, Haneen and Tariff (both of whom appear to have no last name), and Sam Razzouk. According to DW.com, the German newspaper owned by the government and edited by Soros, this group is completely unbiased in their reporting of Syria Human Rights violations.
The governments of Israel and Germany are utilizing the research and conclusions of Syrian Archive in conjunction with the one man show – Bellingcat, to make legal intelligence decisions, including the determination that Assad used chemical weapons on his people in Douma.
Hadi Al Khatib is also a Director for the Center For Internet and Human Rights, whose goal is to provide a platform for the promotion of high quality research about internet and human rights. The internet has ‘rights’? The internet is not a person…
Court action against three separate chemical companies is pending given the evidence provided by these two research companies who claim that chemicals were sold to Assad between 2014 and 2016 despite the ban in place.
AE Chemie and Danmar Logistics are among those cited. AE Chemie produces personal care and cosmetic products. Danmar Logistics is a transport company. The chemical in contention is isoproponal,more commonly known as ‘rubbing alcohol’, which is typically used as an antiseptic and cleaning agent. It is also used in personal care and cosmetic products. And apparently is one potential ingredient in the making of Sarin.
The two companies being charged are Belgium and claim they are innocent because customs accepted the shipment with all proper declarations.
It is worth noting that the Executives of the Center For Internet and Human Rights includes Dr. Ben Wagner who previously worked for the Soros funded, Human Rights Watch, and is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. Other researchers and Directors claim in their bios to have worked for ‘international NGO’s’, unnamed.
Sam Razzouk of Syrian Archive formerly worked for International Medical Corps which is a member of the Clinton Global Initiative.
Their Twitter account reveals a very biased and edged analysis with associations such as Kenneth Roth of Human Rights Watch, and Bellingcat. While the 2 companies charged never assert they were supplying the chemical to Assad, they claim that they had contracts with paint companies and leather factories in Lebanon, Syria and Jordan for 15 to 20 years. Leather tanneries are a major industry in the Middle East.
In the Middle East, leather tanneries typically use cow urine and pigeon poop in the processing of the leather which is all done manually, i.e. using hands and feet to soften the hides. Rubbing alcohol is used to disinfect the leather given the stench and clean the host area.
So, while the claims against these companies may be real in that they continued to transport rubbing alcohol to these three Middle Eastern countries, whether or not Assad took the shipments is indeterminable given he was never the contractual party. Any assertions against him are completely contrived, biased, and without a Protocol of Truth – a conjecture making the entire allegation relatively worthless and most definitely with an – Agenda