Here is the Al-Jazeera news article
Considerably less deployment that a lot of people thought might happen in a nightmare scenario, but still significant. And with the recent testing of SCUDs by the regime's military forces this could potentially escalte.
I think this is relevant because, well, beyond because its a potential WMD deployment, but also because there has been some talk from the West that if Assad does use gas attacks then their is a good chance of intervention. Could just be bluffs and saber rattling but if gas attacks continue would we see an intervention from NATO?
Anyway, just thought people might want to know