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Newsweek journalist quits after the magazine refuses to publish an investigation revealing manipulation of the OPCW report on Syria

A new scandal chasing the American media participating in the war against Syria was represented by the journalist Tariq Haddad who resigned from the American magazine Newsweek after it refused to publish his investigation documenting the details of fraud and forgery that took place through the survey of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) of the spread of chemical weapons, important parts of the reports of its international experts in Syria.

Journalist Tariq Haddad explained in a tweet that he had resigned from his post in the American magazine Newsweek because of his investigation, and the editors who refused to publish it and which contains inappropriate details of the US government related to the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) observer's report on the alleged 2018 attack in Syria.



O. al-Mohammad


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