Muhammad Najem

After midnight on Wednesday, August 21, 2013, at 1:40 pm, the first rocket carrying deadly sarin gas thrown towards

#Eastern_Ghouta.

That night, 1500 people were killed in cold blood … Many women and children

There more than 12,800 injured

That night, humanity and the conscience of the world died.

That night will remain in the memory of every person living in Eastern Ghouta and survived.

No one can describe that night and what happened to him who lived there that night.

Wednesday, August 21, 2013, at 1:40 am after midnight, the first missile full of sarin gas, mortal, was launched on #Ghouta_Orientale.

That night, 1,329 people were murdered in cold blood. Many women and children.

That night, more than 12,800 people were injured.

That night, the Humanity and the Consciousness of the world are dead.

That night will remain, indelible, in the memory of each survivor of Eastern Ghouta.

That night, no one can describe it.

Nobody except those who lived it.

1329 people killed asphyxiated by sarin gas.

A massacre without any blood.

The victims were referred to the following medical centers:

#Douma: 65 including 46 women and children.

#Saqba: 105 victims including 67 women and children

#Kafr_Batna: 165 victims including 120 women and children.

Al #Ihssan Medical Center: 174 casualties

Medical center #alshami 6 victims including 5 women and children.

#Jesrin: 16 victims

#Erbin: 110 victims including 80 women and children.

#Jobar: 27 victims

#AlMliha: 87 victims

#Zamalka: 500 victims including 473 women and children.

#Enqaz_rooh Medical Center: 1 victim

Al #Islami medical center: 46 victims.

#Hamourieh: 27 victims

#كيماوي_الاسد

#كيماوي_الغوطة

#سارين_الغوطة

#مجزرة_الكيماوي

#Assad_Chemicals

#Ghouta_Chemicals

#Chemical_massacre

#assadChemical

#GhoutaChemicals

#Chemicalmassacre

#AssadChemicals

#BreathingDeath

#sarin

#Chlorine #massacre

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