Report: Several killed in second chemical attack near Hama, Syria

Two days after the horrific chemical attack in Idlib that claimed the lives of about 150 people, Syrian rebels claim that the Syrian regime has launched another chemical attack near Hama. According to the rebels, several people were murdered when Syrian aircraft dropped barrels of chlorine gas on rebel strongholds near the city.
Idlib, after the attack Photo Credit: Twitter/Channel 2 News

While the world is still trying to cope with the horrific images of the bodies of children who were murdered in the chemical attack in Idlib two days ago, Syrian rebels are reporting that the Syrian Army has carried out another gas attack. According to the reports, several people were murdered and dozens were injured when Syrian aircraft dropped barrels of chlorine gas on rebel strongholds near the city of Hama.

Earlier today, JOL reported that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said during an interview with a Croatian newspaper: “We have no option other than winning the war. If we don’t win, it means that Syria will be erased from the map.”

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