but with Assad claiming it was the rebels who used them, who knows what'll happen?
Russia has already publically stated that it considers the US evidence to be a 'fabrication', and the imposition of a no-fly zone would mean direct military action on behalf of America, but would Russia or Iran allow it to happen....?
you know.... I wouldn't put it past the Al Qaeda affiliated rebel groups to try and frame the Assad forces by using small amounts of sarin gas
on it's own supporters....to give the US it's 'reason' to get more involved.
"One wouldn't like to make a parallel with Secretary of State Powell's famous vial, but the facts presented to us do not look persuasive," said Mr Uskhakov of the Syria tests.
He added that "if the Americans truly decide and in reality provide more large-scale assistance to rebels, assistance to the opposition" it would harm prospects for an international peace conference on the Syria war.
Mr Pushkov said it did not make sense for the Syrian regime to use chemical weapons. "Why would Assad use 'a small quantity' of sarin against the fighters?" he asked. "What would be the point?! In order to give a reason for outside intervention? There's no logic in that."
In an interview with Russian media, Mr Pushkov added: "If the Syrian [rebel] fighters cannot achieve a decisive defeat of Assad, then the US government will go along a path of escalating its military involvement in the conflict."
no fly zone!....a no bull**** zone would be better.