Assad ‘Did Not Order Attack’ : German Intelligence

Mon Sep 9, 2013 AT 9:06 AM EDT

Syrian government forces may have carried out a chemical weapons attack close to Damascus without the personal permission of President Bashar al-Assad, Germany’s Bild am Sonntag paper reported on Sunday, citing German intelligence. Assad, who previously denied he was behind the attack, “suggested that there would be, among people that are aligned with him, some kind of retaliation if a strike was made,” Charlie Rose said on Sunday’s “Face the Nation.”  The Telegraph reports, meanwhile, that Syria’s rebels and Assad’s soldiers agree on at least one thing: the military strike America is contemplating will not change anything.

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