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Entire Family Killed by Chemical Weapons Attack on Damascus

Published on Aug 24, 2013

Video Description: Video portrays an a building inspection in which a number of families are found dead 36 hours after a chemical weapons attack which took place on Damascus suburbs on the 21st of August 2013 early morning time (presumed at 2:00am). This video was taken in the Zamalka area of the Eastern Ghouta of Damascus suburbs.

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Bashar al-Assad Systematic Gross Human Rights Violations

“A picture is worth a thousand words!” The record is so self-evident that no one should have any series doubts that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and his forces have committed crimes against humanity, war crimes, and gross violations of international human rights. Unfortunately, the Syrian news, videos, photos, and updates on Syrian’s death and violence never make international news.

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Assad’s Regime Chemical Attack on his own people

Ghouta chemical attack on 21 August 2013
The Ghouta chemical attack occurred on 21 August 2013 during the Syrian Civil War, when several opposition-controlled or disputed areas of the Ghouta suburbs of the Markaz Rif Dimashq district around Damascus, Syria, were struck by rockets containing the chemical agent sarin. Hundreds were killed in the attack, which took place over a short span of time in the early morning. Estimates of the death toll range from ‘at least 281 to 1,729 fatalities, not less than 51 of whom were rebel fighters. The incident may be the deadliest use of chemical weapons since the Iran–Iraq War.

Doctors Without Borders who were operating three hospitals in the eastern Damascus region, which received roughly 3,600 patients over less than three hours on after the attack.

Vomiting, foamy salivation, severe agitation, dyspnea, neurological convulsions, respiratory and heart failure, blood out of the nose and mouth and, hallucinations, memory loss, headaches and nausea, foam coming out of [victims’] mouths and noses, a smell something like vinegar and rotten eggs, suffocation, bodies [that] were turning blue, a smell like cooking gas and redness and itching of the eyes, convulsions, excessive saliva, pinpoint pupils, blurred vision, respiratory distress, muscle spasms and frothing at the mouth. People who were sleeping in their homes [who] died in their beds.

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