Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Syria: Incendiary weapons in use in built up areas

So, when Israel had a bun fight with Gaza, the liberals went apeshite over the use of smoke shells which contained phosphorus. (Smoke shells use felt pieces with small pieces of phosphorus inside them to generate smoke.) Here is an actual video clip (30 seconds) of a smoke shell in use by Israel at night time, as it is dark. You can actually see how the phosphorous burns for seconds. Here is a much more informative article on the subject.

All the ethical latte drinkers bitched something rotten about the above, yet the very same people have remained silent on the vast use of actual incendiary weapons inside Syria. Here is an example of Russian made ZAB-2.5 incendiary sub-munition in use. (It's a nasty piece of work):

Big difference, don't you think? Yet to the left, Israel is the evil one here.