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15912466_m featureAn article by Dr. Ely Karmon, co-authored by ICT Research Assistant Alexandra David

After the deadly chemical attack in Ghouta, last August 2013, the Syrian government agreed to destroy all of its chemical weapons.

Even though by April 2014, 92,5% of Syria’s chemical arsenal had been destroyed and as Syria approaches the end of the chemical arms removal program, the world has witnessed a sudden resurgence of chemical strikes, with a marked hike last April.

iHLSIsrael Homeland Security

This report summarizes the latest chemical attacks and concludes that the Assad regime is using chemical terror to advance its military goals, becoming a state we can define as a non-conventional terrorist actor.

Click here to read the full report in PDF format.