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Syria: Leaked report from Britam Defence allegedly reveals Qatari Govt. scheme to fund rebels' use of chemical weapons

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30 January 2013

Britam tells VoR it was hacked [Syria]

Author: Voice of Russia

A British security company, Britam Defence, has been forced to deny claims that it is involved in a plot to destabilise Syria. The allegations spring from a series of online posts by a blogger purporting to reveal that the company had been offered large amounts of money from a source in Qatar to recruit Russian-speaking mercenaries who could detonate a chemical weapon inside Syria. The posts also suggest that such a plot would have the approval of the USA.

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30 January 2013

UK-Qatari plot against Syria revealed

Author: Press TV

Leaked documents from a UK-based defense contractor has revealed a Qatari proposal to the firm to counterfeit a plan to claim that Syria has given the go-ahead for the use of chemical weapons in the country. The document, which was allegedly hacked from...Britam Defence’s website, disclosed Qatar’s proposal to the contractor in return for a large sum of money...An email exchange between two senior officials at Britam suggested that the scheme was approved by Washington, explaining that Qatar would fund the militants in Syria to use chemical weapons...According to the documents, Qatar also suggested smuggling chemical warheads and rockets from Libya to the Syrian city of Homs. Qatar apparently asked the British company to employ and film a Ukrainian person speaking and pretending to be Russian as part of “evidence” against Syria.

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