Syria Gas Attack Photos: Heartbreaking Images Of Civilian Victims In Critical Condition

Syrian Civilians Victims
A Syrian child receives treatment at a small hospital in the town of Maaret al-Noman following a suspected toxic gas attack in Khan Sheikhun, a nearby rebel-held town in Syrias northwestern Idlib province, on April 4, 2017. Warplanes carried out a suspected toxic gas attack that killed at least 35 people including several children, a monitoring group said. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said those killed in the town of Khan Sheikhun, in Idlib province, had died from the effects of the gas, adding that dozens more suffered respiratory problems and other symptoms. Getty Images

Victims of a toxic gas attack in Syria are the main characters of horrific pictures of the attack that left dozens of kids dead, as world leaders pinned the blame on Russian-supported dictator Bashar al-Assad.

Everything happened near the Syrian town Jan Sheijun, located in the Idlib region and controlled by rebel forces, according to the Union of Medical Assistance and Relief Organizations (UOSSM).

The images are depressing. It is ironic that we still call ourselves the future when we seem to be sunk in a distant past where the fights and wars of interests seemed not to cease between our countries, however we are now living a recurring past.

A toxic gas-fire air strike left scores of victims, including children, in a rebel-controlled northern province of Syria a few days ago, activists said, describing the attack as one of the worst in more than six years of war.

Getty Images photographers posted photos showing children suffering the terrible effects of gas, women plummeting on the ground and medical volunteers when they seem to intubate a fainting man with his torso uncovered and connecting a respirator to a girl who seemed to be lathering by the mouth.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, which monitors the war in Syria, revealed data of 58 dead, 11 of them children. The group said the figure was likely to continue to rise reporting 200 couple of hours after.

A doctor who identified himself with the pseudonym Dr. Shajul Islam because he feared for his safety said that his hospital in the province of Idlib had received three victims, all with pupils contracted and who did not respond to the light. He posted a video of patients on his Twitter account, according to Chicago Tribune.

Any reasonable person should be shocked by all these images. Some people would say they don't care but by saying so, you're not excluded of being affected. You can say you dont care about human suffering but the truth is that all violence and misery evetually affects the entire world, (Hell on Earth: The fall of Syria and rise of ISIS). We're all part of the human race. Let's contribute with stopping "civilizations" collapsing. 

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