A senior Syrian journalist reports Iraqâs WMD located in three Syrian sites. Nizar Najoef, a Syrian journalist who recently defected from Syria to Western Europe and is known for bravely challenging the Syrian regime, said in a letter Monday, January 5, to Dutch newspaper âDi Telegraaf,â that he knows the three sites where Iraqâs WMD are kept. The storage places are: 1. Tunnels dug under the town of al-Baida near the city of Hama in northern Syria. These tunnels are an integral part of an underground factory, built by the North Koreans, for producing Syrian Scud missiles. Iraqi chemical weapons and long-range missiles are stored in these tunnels. 2. The village of Tal Snan, north of the town of Salamija, where there is a big Syrian airforce camp. Vital parts of Iraqâs WMD are stored there. 3. The city of Sjinsjar on the Syrian border with the Lebanon, south of the city Homs. Najoef writes that the transfer of Iraqi WMD to Syria was organized by the commanders of Saddam Husseinâs Special Republican Guard, including General Shalish, with the help of Assif Shoakat , Bashar Assadâs cousin. Shoakat is the CEO of Bhaha, an import/export company owned by the Assad family. Najoef, who has won prizes for journalistic integrity, says he wrote his letter because he has terminal cancer.