France issues arrest warrant for Assad, while ignores Turkish chemical weapons
France ignored the calls of the leadership of HPG and KCK to investigate the Turkish chemical attacks, while in the same country today, an international arrest warrant was issued against Bashar al-Assad and his brother.
An international arrest warrant was issued in France against Bashar al-Assad and his brother Maher al-Assad, against the backdrop of a claim that “Al-Assad and his regime were involved in the chemical massacre in Eastern Ghouta, Damascus, in August 2013, which resulted in the killing of about 1,450 civilians, including more than 200 children and women.”
The Paris Judicial Court had opened an investigation in 2021 into the use of internationally prohibited weapons by Damascus forces during their attack on the city of Douma in Eastern Ghouta, in the vicinity of the Syrian capital.
Concerning France and organizations concerned with the prohibition of chemical weapons, earlier, the International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW) prepared a report on the use of chemical weapons by the Turkish occupation state in its attacks on Iraq, and said: “Evidence has been obtained.”
It called for the start of an investigation into this, and for his part, the representative in the Iraqi parliament, Soran Omar, called on the government of Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani to form a committee in order to investigate the occupation government's use of chemical weapons against PKK in southern Kurdistan.
The leadership of the People's Defense Forces and the Kurdistan communities Unions also sent dozens of invitations to the institutions concerned with investigating the Turkish chemical attacks, but Iraq and Western countries such as France and the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons have not done anything about this issue.