Testimonies

Testimonies of survivors and survivors of chemical massacres

SNHR: Syrian Regime Uses Chemical Weapons against Douma, 55 Individuals Killed and about 1000 Injured

I survived the 2013 chemical attack on Ghouta And I will not stay silent until those responsible for the horror I lived through that day face justice

The Reasons To Be Sad

Syria’s gas attack: ‘The children’s faces have not left me. I’m not the same man’

Syrian Activist on Ghouta Attack: “I Haven’t Seen Such Death in My Whole Life”

Syrian eyewitness accounts of alleged

عشرة أشياء لدعم الحقيقة

ياسمينة العدالة السورية
  1. Organize an event to hand out “the Syrian Truth Jasmine” in public spaces in your area on August 21 of each year
  2. Follow the campaign’s website to show solidarity with the victims who survived the massacre
  3. Organize to facilitate an interactive session at your university to counter the denial of chemical weapon crimes in Syria
  4. Volunteer with us. Let us all stand up to the regime’s lies and Russian propaganda, using the capabilities and skills we have.
  5. Produced an artwork about the chemical weapon massacres in Syria based on stories of survivors, and witnesses
  6. Participate in organizing an art exhibition for the pieces produced on the chemical massacres in Syria.
  7. Educate yourself about the cause, and about the right of victims’ to justice and recognition
  8. Organize a sit-down for the truth in front of Russian embassies in April
  9. Connect with journalists in your area and present them with reports and testimonies of survivors
  10. Be creative, think of other ways to help support the truth, and share it with us on social media.

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