An Al-Jazeera production team were caught filming staged videos depicting the aftermath of shelling and airstrikes in Syria last week.
According to Russian news agency Tass, locals reported seeing camera operators shooing ficticious scenes in the supposed aftermath of an attack.
“According to some sources among local civilians and from opposition units, special ‘video teams’ were shooting ‘staged’ films in the populated localities of Serakab and Jisr-al-Shuqur over the past week about the aftermath of purported shelling and airstrikes, including with the use of ‘toxic substances’,” Russia claims.
“Moreover, local people recognized TV camera men, known for shooting news for the Al-Jazeera TV channel in the area, among ‘advisers to ‘video teams’.”
According to Sputnik, this is not the first time faked scenes have been filmed in Syria. On May 2, Al Mayadeen claimed that local eyewitnesses saw the White Helmets group near Idlib shoot staged videos depicting the aftermath of a false flag chemical attack.
The Swedish Doctors for Human Rights (SWEDHR) issued a report earlier in the year stating that they had found evidence that the recent chemical attack on Syrian civilians was a false flag, and that the “lifesaving” procedures shown in the videos published by the White Helmets were incorrect, fake and “ultimately performed on dead children.”
Fort-russ.com reports: A reminder, that a Syrian military intelligence source earlier this week, said that militants rounded up civilians and filmed one or more fake chemical attacks. Furthermore it has been revealed, that Al Jazeera channel was present there.
This is according to information published by Tass, RIA Novosti and a number of other media outlets in Russia and abroad.
“23 bodies of children was recently stolen from a hospital in Idlib. It seems that the “White Helmets” are going to arrange another theatrical production under a false flag soon. Maybe another chemical attack in order to link it with President Assad, “- added the journalists of Russia’s “First Channel.”
RIA Novosti clarified that the idea of staging repeat chemical attacks is a PR move, which can lead to a missile attack by the United States on Syria.