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    Russia's Worst Air Accident: A321 Crashes in Sinai (273)

    Evidence is growing proving the crash of Russia’s Airbus A321 passenger aircraft in Sinai was a terrorist operation against Russia, Gordon Duff is a Marine combat veteran of the Vietnam War, wrote in his article for New Eastern Outlook.

    The author underscored that events like the A321 crash that killed 224 people are always surrounded by numerous misconceptions which should be addressed and thoroughly analyzed.

    For instance, "real world analysis" carried out by Veterans Today proved that the video in which several insidious terrorists pretending to be "ISIL," and threating Russia was made with the use of sophisticated equipment. Then, it was degraded to appear as done by a smartphone camera, the author wrote.

    More so, if the theory of the bomb is proved right it means that the explosive device was controlled by far more than a simple timer.

    It was likely triggered through satellite communications, but ISIL militants do not have access to this type of equipment, Duff wrote.

    The recent Charlie Hebdo’s cartoon mocking the crash of the Russia airliner also prove that some third party was involved in the tragedy, the article read.

    "We are addressing the attack on Russia, which is what we are terming the downing of a civilian airliner."

    Like many times before, some forces are trying to prompt Russia to reckless actions through a series of propaganda attacks over its policy in the Middle East, especially its anti-ISIL operation in Syria, the author concluded.

    Russia's Worst Air Accident: A321 Crashes in Sinai (273)


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