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28 Apr 2018

The Chemical Massacre of Khan Sheikhan A pause on the first anniversary of the Khan Shikhun massacre of civil defense elements

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Unnamed Road, Khan Shaykhun,Syria
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28 Apr 2018

The Chemical Massacre of Khan Sheikhan A pause on the first anniversary of the Khan Shikhun massacre of civil defense elements

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Unnamed Road, Khan Shaykhun,Syria
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28 Apr 2018

The Chemical Massacre of Khan Sheikhan A pause on the first anniversary of the Khan Shikhun massacre of civil defense elements

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Unnamed Road, Khan Shaykhun,Syria
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28 Apr 2018

The Chemical Massacre of Khan Sheikhan A pause on the first anniversary of the Khan Shikhun massacre of civil defense elements

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Unnamed Road, Khan Shaykhun,Syria
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28 Apr 2018

The Chemical Massacre of Khan Sheikhan A pause on the first anniversary of the Khan Shikhun massacre of civil defense elements

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Unnamed Road, Khan Shaykhun,Syria
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28 Apr 2018

The Chemical Massacre of Khan Sheikhan A pause on the first anniversary of the Khan Shikhun massacre of civil defense elements

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Unnamed Road, Khan Shaykhun,Syria
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28 Apr 2018

The Chemical Massacre of Khan Sheikhan A pause on the first anniversary of the Khan Shikhun massacre of civil defense elements

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Unnamed Road, Khan Shaykhun,Syria
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28 Apr 2018

The Chemical Massacre of Khan Sheikhan A pause on the first anniversary of the Khan Shikhun massacre of civil defense elements

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Unnamed Road, Khan Shaykhun,Syria
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28 Apr 2018

The Chemical Massacre of Khan Sheikhan A pause on the first anniversary of the Khan Shikhun massacre of civil defense elements

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Unnamed Road, Khan Shaykhun,Syria
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28 Apr 2018

The Chemical Massacre of Khan Sheikhan A pause on the first anniversary of the Khan Shikhun massacre of civil defense elements

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Unnamed Road, Khan Shaykhun,Syria
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28 Apr 2018

The Chemical Massacre of Khan Sheikhan A pause on the first anniversary of the Khan Shikhun massacre of civil defense elements

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Unnamed Road, Khan Shaykhun,Syria
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28 Apr 2018

The Chemical Massacre of Khan Sheikhan A pause on the first anniversary of the Khan Shikhun massacre of civil defense elements

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Unnamed Road, Khan Shaykhun,Syria
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28 Apr 2018

The Chemical Massacre of Khan Sheikhan A pause on the first anniversary of the Khan Shikhun massacre of civil defense elements

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Unnamed Road, Khan Shaykhun,Syria
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28 Apr 2018

The Chemical Massacre of Khan Sheikhan A pause on the first anniversary of the Khan Shikhun massacre of civil defense elements

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Unnamed Road, Khan Shaykhun,Syria
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28 Apr 2018

The Chemical Massacre of Khan Sheikhan A pause on the first anniversary of the Khan Shikhun massacre of civil defense elements

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Unnamed Road, Khan Shaykhun,Syria
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28 Apr 2018

The Chemical Massacre of Khan Sheikhan A pause on the first anniversary of the Khan Shikhun massacre of civil defense elements

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Unnamed Road, Khan Shaykhun,Syria
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28 Apr 2018

The Chemical Massacre of Khan Sheikhan A pause on the first anniversary of the Khan Shikhun massacre of civil defense elements

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Unnamed Road, Khan Shaykhun,Syria
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28 Apr 2018

The Chemical Massacre of Khan Sheikhan A pause on the first anniversary of the Khan Shikhun massacre of civil defense elements

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Unnamed Road, Khan Shaykhun,Syria
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28 Apr 2018

The Chemical Massacre of Khan Sheikhan A pause on the first anniversary of the Khan Shikhun massacre of civil defense elements

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Unnamed Road, Khan Shaykhun,Syria
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28 Apr 2018

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Unnamed Road, Khan Shaykhun,Syria
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Land of the Epics: Inside Islamist Re...
Idlib
By Yacine BenRabia
27 Apr 2018

This documentary in Syria is about a press trip among the rebel groups against Bashar Assad's regime, where the film tells the story of two important leaders in a combat group. We accompanied them in 2015, 2016 and 2017 from September to December 2017. The two are Abu Muhammad al-Shami al-Halabi, leader of the Ansar al-Aqeedah group, which is active in the Lattakia countryside Idlib, and Aleppo, was the governor of the Front of victory on Aleppo in 2014, and before the official Ahrar Cham in Aleppo and Deputy Abu Khaled Syrian one close to Osama bin Laden. Abu Omar al-Libi, wanted for the West, where we accompanied him in a battle and before, even his daily life with his family. (CREATOR OF AL BATAR BRIGADE) The story is accompanied by Abu Muhammad al-Shami, one of the most wanted Americans and the Syrian regime, for being the first Emi of foreign fighters who arrived in Syria in 2011. He was responsible for many of the leaders of the Islamic State Organization later, such as the Minister of War of the State Organization Abu Omar Al-Checheni, as well as his strong friendship with him, as well as Abu Ismail Al-Anbari. In addition to its strong relationship with the leaders of the army of immigrants and supporters such as Saifullah who was killed before 2014 in battles in Aleppo, as well as Salah al-Din al-Chechen and Abdul Karim Ukrainian before the overthrow in 2015. The story is also accompanied by Abu Mohammed and his close associates, in their play for football, and how to train, how they are fighting, how they are fighting on the fronts in Lattakia countryside, how to make weapons and missiles in an explosives factory, and how to make chemical weapons in a secret laboratory.

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Land of the Epics: Inside Islamist Re...
Damascus
By Yacine BenRabia
27 Jan 2018

This documentary in Syria is about a press trip among the rebel groups against Bashar Assad's regime, where the film tells the story of two important leaders in a combat group. We accompanied them in 2015, 2016 and 2017 from September to December 2017.

The two are Abu Muhammad al-Shami al-Halabi, leader of the Ansar al-Aqeedah group, which is active in the Lattakia countryside Idlib, and Aleppo, was the governor of the Front of victory on Aleppo in 2014, and before the official Ahrar Cham in Aleppo and Deputy Abu Khaled Syrian one close to Osama bin Laden.

Abu Omar al-Libi, wanted for the West, where we accompanied him in a battle and before, even his daily life with his family. (CREATOR OF AL BATAR BRIGADE)

The story is accompanied by Abu Muhammad al-Shami, one of the most wanted Americans and the Syrian regime, for being the first Emi of foreign fighters who arrived in Syria in 2011. He was responsible for many of the leaders of the Islamic State Organization later, such as the Minister of War of the State Organization Abu Omar Al-Checheni, as well as his strong friendship with him, as well as Abu Ismail Al-Anbari.

In addition to its strong relationship with the leaders of the army of immigrants and supporters such as Saifullah who was killed before 2014 in battles in Aleppo, as well as Salah al-Din al-Chechen and Abdul Karim Ukrainian before the overthrow in 2015.

The story is also accompanied by Abu Mohammed and his close associates, in their play for football, and how to train, how they are fighting, how they are fighting on the fronts in Lattakia countryside, how to make weapons and missiles in an explosives factory, and how to make chemical weapons in a secret laboratory.

How they plan to fight in partnership with other groups, as well as the humanitarian situation of the population inside Aleppo and the city of Idlib
Accompanied by an elderly woman to tell us the situation in the city and its tragedies, and near the headquarters of the Abu Group Mohammed al-Shami, was a very impressive humanitarian situation.

The story of a child who collects bread crumbs and what he can eat to help his parents under bombardment.
As well as escorting a fighter from the Abu Mohammed group to areas known to forcibly displace its population by the forces as well as our presence in the city of Aleppo.

The story of the film also includes Abu Muhammad's supervision of digging a tunnel 70 kilometers long, under the ground with help prisoners of the regular army, with statements and tales of how some of them were captured and regretted to fight their people, as well as overseeing the launch of aircraft Dron Tayyar, to monitor the Afghan militias fighting alongside the Syrian regime.

We can also see very strong bombing scenes of the fortifications of the Afghan, Iranian and Lebanese Shiites.
The viewer can follow the story of Abu Muhammad al-Shami's group with a soldier in the ranks of the regime, and negotiate with his father, an officer in the regime forces, to swap him with the prisoners of revolutionaries detained by the forces of Bashar al-Assad, but with the days of this prisoner embraces the radical Salafist revolution against the regime, but even in the factory of explosives and preparation of missiles, and shows his willingness to blow himself up against Regular forces, if they do this, can help free themselves from some of the oppression of Syrian urban dwellers.

After this we can follow up with Abu Mohammed al-Shami with another important person in the story is Abu Ali Flic, this person was prisoner and was replaced in negotiations between the rebels and the Syrian regime with the brother of the Grand Mufti of the Syrian Republic Ahmad Hassoun.
In the course of the story, Abu Mohammed leads us to their allies, but this time they are the Kurdish Islamists who are fighting the Biki Ki and Syria's democratic forces, and visit them in a village called the visit on the outskirts of the Kurdish majority Afrin region, secular system.

There we can see dialogues with the village choir, as well as accompany him to the school that changed the educational system to a legal system, with the inspection of the school library and the contents of books, and the dire situation of the educational departments.

In the same context, we follow a battalion of jihadist women who are fighting on the fronts, mastering the shooting with machine guns and shelling the sites of the Afghan Shiites. This battalion is only the wives and wives of Abu Muhammad and his close companions and guards.
Seeking and fighting with their children, for the sake of peace and patience.

AND a lot of interview with this jihadists women.

Abu Mohammed continues with officials of the Sharia court and prison, and we go to the area to photograph the court
The prison and how things are there, with a dialogue with a legitimate judge and a custodian, as well as two prisoners on charges of collaboration and communication with Shiite militias and regular Syrian forces, as well as another prisoner in a jihadi group.

Near our residence with Abu Muhammad, foreign planes bombard a location near a mosque in Adnan we go photograph the area, people under the rubble, some of them dead, the mosque destroyed, by chance the little son was somewhere else the bombardment, of the child's amazement when we ask him about his mother says OH MY MOTHER .... Today is the day of Eid ... Your son came to you a martyr.

We continue our march with Abu Muhammad this time to the countryside of Idlib, to a river related to the Euphrates River, a river Asi, in the border area of Darkush, where they play like young children, and are happy.

Not far from the area there are Christian villages. We visited the predominantly Christian town of Qana, where we visited the Church of the Brother Francis and Father Hanagalov, who spoke in Italian with us, talked about many topics such as their coexistence with Muslims, their position on the revolution and the Syrian regime, and their position on the state organization that dominated the region around and then their position on the Islamic groups and their position on the victory front that controlled the region, their position on the arbitration of Islamic law, as well as talking with Christian residents in the village about the real function of the Christian minority in the area controlled by the jihadists and the daily threats of bombing and killing by the jihadists.

We conclude the story by one of the officials of the groups under the command of Abu Muhammad al-Shami, to bid farewell his comrades, who appeared to us from time to time in every film, because he was about to wear an explosive belt, would blow him up against the Syrian regime soldiers.
Battle against one of their locations near the Air College.

In the end, we will see a group of jihadists talking and threatening the West and Europe to transfer their terrorist operations to it.

TURKEY
After that, we will photograph in Turkey borders and some refugees and a dialogue with Syrian political figures residing in Turkey.

FRANCE
France will then hold dialogues with the dean of the Paris mosque and the role of mosques in the fight against extremism and terrorism, as well as dialogues with representatives of the Jewish religion in Paris on the night of the terrorist attacks that took place in Paris.

LIBYA
After that, we will be represented in Tripoli, Misrata, Zintan, Sabrata and dialogues with strong figures in the Libyan government in 2016 and 2017, including the founder of Libyan intelligence after the Muammar al-Qaiafi regime in 2011, as well as the mayor of Sabrata and the jihadi groups arrested by the Egyptian authorities. Egyptians, which forced the Libyan government to negotiate and release their Emir known as Sheikh Abu Ubaida Zawi, his real name Shaaban gift.

We also have interviews with moderate scholars urging the international community to combat terrorism, Koranic schools in Misurata and dialogue with the deputy mayor of Misurata.

As well as a dialogue with the Chairman of the Committee for the Defense of the Displaced from Benghazi.
And attend the celebrations of the 17th anniversary of the start of the Libyan revolution.

We also have interviews with officials on how to simulate terrorism, the cause of terrorism in Libya, and depict what happened after the terrorist attack in which Zliten was attacked by the Islamic state in a suicide attack on the Libyan judicial police site.

Movie characters

SYRIAN
Abu Muhammad al-Shami, a former detainee in the political prison of the Syrian regime, for his activity with the groups
Before 2011, his friends, many of them Zahran Alloush, former commander of the Army of Islam, before his assassination, as well as Wali Abu Atheer brother of Abu Muhammad al-Fateh, who seized Bab al-Hawa in 2012.
Abu Muhammad al-Shami is one of the former leaders of the Ahrar al-Sham Brigades and Front of Nasra Front Aleppo. He is known for his moderation in religious and political issues.
Abu Omar al-Libi, founder of the Battar battalion, which includes the most fierce foreign fighters, mostly Libyans, Tunisians and Algerians, as well as Europeans of Arab origin. This battalion later became the spearhead of the organization of the Islamic state in its battle with the West or
The Kurds.
Abu Omar is one of the seven foreign nationals who came to Bensh and Idlib with Abu Omar al-Shishani, the war minister of the Islamic state in early 2011, and other foreigners.
Presented by the Emir of the Islamic State Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, a special meeting attended by the leaders of the Organization
The military official of the organization in northern Syria in 2013.
Abu Jamil, the Qur'an teacher of combat groups.
Abu Ali Falis, a field commander associated with Abu Muhammad al-Shami, was a prisoner of the Syrian regime and was exchanged with the brother of the Syrian mufti Ahmed Hassoun.
Hanna Galoff, a Christian priest and official at the Franciscan monastery of the Franciscans, in the town of El Qaneh in Jisr al-Shughour, adjacent to the poetry.

Abu Ismail al-Iraqi, head of intelligence in the organization of the Islamic state in northern Syria, and a relative of the leader of the Islamic State Organization Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

Abu Abdullah al-Kurdi, leader of the Kurdish Islamic Group for the Organization of the Islamic State.

Abu Tawfiq in 2016, the general prince of the movement of Nur al-Din Zanki Islamik and Sheikh Ali. In 2012 he was an emir in the Tawhid Brigade in Mahfouz Governorate
Abu Abd al-Rahman Turki, Emir of the Islamic Group of Tawheed.
OTHERS PERSONNES …

Places where they were shot
Lattakia Mountains and its countryside.
City of Fryka. Lattakia countryside.
Kun Town. Bridge of vacancies.
Adnan. Northern Aleppo countryside.
City of Aleppo.
Lines of communication between the controlled neighborhoods between the Syrian regime and rebel groups.
Proximity to the air faculty.
Salah Eddin neighborhood. Central Aleppo.
Visit the tomb of the city of Afrin and the road of Rigga.
City of Idlib
Idleb, mountains

Turkey Istanbul
Capital Capital
Libya

The shooting period between 2015 and late June, ie the month 06, until May 2016, the month 05, sporadically, and from September 2017 to December 2017 intermittently.
Where the summer, winter and autumn periods continued in the investigation about 3 years.

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Land of the Epics: Inside Islamist Re...
Damascus
By Yacine BenRabia
27 Jan 2018

This documentary in Syria is about a press trip among the rebel groups against Bashar Assad's regime, where the film tells the story of two important leaders in a combat group. We accompanied them in 2015, 2016 and 2017 from September to December 2017.

The two are Abu Muhammad al-Shami al-Halabi, leader of the Ansar al-Aqeedah group, which is active in the Lattakia countryside Idlib, and Aleppo, was the governor of the Front of victory on Aleppo in 2014, and before the official Ahrar Cham in Aleppo and Deputy Abu Khaled Syrian one close to Osama bin Laden.

Abu Omar al-Libi, wanted for the West, where we accompanied him in a battle and before, even his daily life with his family. (CREATOR OF AL BATAR BRIGADE)

The story is accompanied by Abu Muhammad al-Shami, one of the most wanted Americans and the Syrian regime, for being the first Emi of foreign fighters who arrived in Syria in 2011. He was responsible for many of the leaders of the Islamic State Organization later, such as the Minister of War of the State Organization Abu Omar Al-Checheni, as well as his strong friendship with him, as well as Abu Ismail Al-Anbari.

In addition to its strong relationship with the leaders of the army of immigrants and supporters such as Saifullah who was killed before 2014 in battles in Aleppo, as well as Salah al-Din al-Chechen and Abdul Karim Ukrainian before the overthrow in 2015.

The story is also accompanied by Abu Mohammed and his close associates, in their play for football, and how to train, how they are fighting, how they are fighting on the fronts in Lattakia countryside, how to make weapons and missiles in an explosives factory, and how to make chemical weapons in a secret laboratory.

How they plan to fight in partnership with other groups, as well as the humanitarian situation of the population inside Aleppo and the city of Idlib
Accompanied by an elderly woman to tell us the situation in the city and its tragedies, and near the headquarters of the Abu Group Mohammed al-Shami, was a very impressive humanitarian situation.

The story of a child who collects bread crumbs and what he can eat to help his parents under bombardment.
As well as escorting a fighter from the Abu Mohammed group to areas known to forcibly displace its population by the forces as well as our presence in the city of Aleppo.

The story of the film also includes Abu Muhammad's supervision of digging a tunnel 70 kilometers long, under the ground with help prisoners of the regular army, with statements and tales of how some of them were captured and regretted to fight their people, as well as overseeing the launch of aircraft Dron Tayyar, to monitor the Afghan militias fighting alongside the Syrian regime.

We can also see very strong bombing scenes of the fortifications of the Afghan, Iranian and Lebanese Shiites.
The viewer can follow the story of Abu Muhammad al-Shami's group with a soldier in the ranks of the regime, and negotiate with his father, an officer in the regime forces, to swap him with the prisoners of revolutionaries detained by the forces of Bashar al-Assad, but with the days of this prisoner embraces the radical Salafist revolution against the regime, but even in the factory of explosives and preparation of missiles, and shows his willingness to blow himself up against Regular forces, if they do this, can help free themselves from some of the oppression of Syrian urban dwellers.

After this we can follow up with Abu Mohammed al-Shami with another important person in the story is Abu Ali Flic, this person was prisoner and was replaced in negotiations between the rebels and the Syrian regime with the brother of the Grand Mufti of the Syrian Republic Ahmad Hassoun.
In the course of the story, Abu Mohammed leads us to their allies, but this time they are the Kurdish Islamists who are fighting the Biki Ki and Syria's democratic forces, and visit them in a village called the visit on the outskirts of the Kurdish majority Afrin region, secular system.

There we can see dialogues with the village choir, as well as accompany him to the school that changed the educational system to a legal system, with the inspection of the school library and the contents of books, and the dire situation of the educational departments.

In the same context, we follow a battalion of jihadist women who are fighting on the fronts, mastering the shooting with machine guns and shelling the sites of the Afghan Shiites. This battalion is only the wives and wives of Abu Muhammad and his close companions and guards.
Seeking and fighting with their children, for the sake of peace and patience.

AND a lot of interview with this jihadists women.

Abu Mohammed continues with officials of the Sharia court and prison, and we go to the area to photograph the court
The prison and how things are there, with a dialogue with a legitimate judge and a custodian, as well as two prisoners on charges of collaboration and communication with Shiite militias and regular Syrian forces, as well as another prisoner in a jihadi group.

Near our residence with Abu Muhammad, foreign planes bombard a location near a mosque in Adnan we go photograph the area, people under the rubble, some of them dead, the mosque destroyed, by chance the little son was somewhere else the bombardment, of the child's amazement when we ask him about his mother says OH MY MOTHER .... Today is the day of Eid ... Your son came to you a martyr.

We continue our march with Abu Muhammad this time to the countryside of Idlib, to a river related to the Euphrates River, a river Asi, in the border area of Darkush, where they play like young children, and are happy.

Not far from the area there are Christian villages. We visited the predominantly Christian town of Qana, where we visited the Church of the Brother Francis and Father Hanagalov, who spoke in Italian with us, talked about many topics such as their coexistence with Muslims, their position on the revolution and the Syrian regime, and their position on the state organization that dominated the region around and then their position on the Islamic groups and their position on the victory front that controlled the region, their position on the arbitration of Islamic law, as well as talking with Christian residents in the village about the real function of the Christian minority in the area controlled by the jihadists and the daily threats of bombing and killing by the jihadists.

We conclude the story by one of the officials of the groups under the command of Abu Muhammad al-Shami, to bid farewell his comrades, who appeared to us from time to time in every film, because he was about to wear an explosive belt, would blow him up against the Syrian regime soldiers.
Battle against one of their locations near the Air College.

In the end, we will see a group of jihadists talking and threatening the West and Europe to transfer their terrorist operations to it.

TURKEY
After that, we will photograph in Turkey borders and some refugees and a dialogue with Syrian political figures residing in Turkey.

FRANCE
France will then hold dialogues with the dean of the Paris mosque and the role of mosques in the fight against extremism and terrorism, as well as dialogues with representatives of the Jewish religion in Paris on the night of the terrorist attacks that took place in Paris.

LIBYA
After that, we will be represented in Tripoli, Misrata, Zintan, Sabrata and dialogues with strong figures in the Libyan government in 2016 and 2017, including the founder of Libyan intelligence after the Muammar al-Qaiafi regime in 2011, as well as the mayor of Sabrata and the jihadi groups arrested by the Egyptian authorities. Egyptians, which forced the Libyan government to negotiate and release their Emir known as Sheikh Abu Ubaida Zawi, his real name Shaaban gift.

We also have interviews with moderate scholars urging the international community to combat terrorism, Koranic schools in Misurata and dialogue with the deputy mayor of Misurata.

As well as a dialogue with the Chairman of the Committee for the Defense of the Displaced from Benghazi.
And attend the celebrations of the 17th anniversary of the start of the Libyan revolution.

We also have interviews with officials on how to simulate terrorism, the cause of terrorism in Libya, and depict what happened after the terrorist attack in which Zliten was attacked by the Islamic state in a suicide attack on the Libyan judicial police site.

Movie characters

SYRIAN
Abu Muhammad al-Shami, a former detainee in the political prison of the Syrian regime, for his activity with the groups
Before 2011, his friends, many of them Zahran Alloush, former commander of the Army of Islam, before his assassination, as well as Wali Abu Atheer brother of Abu Muhammad al-Fateh, who seized Bab al-Hawa in 2012.
Abu Muhammad al-Shami is one of the former leaders of the Ahrar al-Sham Brigades and Front of Nasra Front Aleppo. He is known for his moderation in religious and political issues.
Abu Omar al-Libi, founder of the Battar battalion, which includes the most fierce foreign fighters, mostly Libyans, Tunisians and Algerians, as well as Europeans of Arab origin. This battalion later became the spearhead of the organization of the Islamic state in its battle with the West or
The Kurds.
Abu Omar is one of the seven foreign nationals who came to Bensh and Idlib with Abu Omar al-Shishani, the war minister of the Islamic state in early 2011, and other foreigners.
Presented by the Emir of the Islamic State Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, a special meeting attended by the leaders of the Organization
The military official of the organization in northern Syria in 2013.
Abu Jamil, the Qur'an teacher of combat groups.
Abu Ali Falis, a field commander associated with Abu Muhammad al-Shami, was a prisoner of the Syrian regime and was exchanged with the brother of the Syrian mufti Ahmed Hassoun.
Hanna Galoff, a Christian priest and official at the Franciscan monastery of the Franciscans, in the town of El Qaneh in Jisr al-Shughour, adjacent to the poetry.

Abu Ismail al-Iraqi, head of intelligence in the organization of the Islamic state in northern Syria, and a relative of the leader of the Islamic State Organization Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

Abu Abdullah al-Kurdi, leader of the Kurdish Islamic Group for the Organization of the Islamic State.

Abu Tawfiq in 2016, the general prince of the movement of Nur al-Din Zanki Islamik and Sheikh Ali. In 2012 he was an emir in the Tawhid Brigade in Mahfouz Governorate
Abu Abd al-Rahman Turki, Emir of the Islamic Group of Tawheed.
OTHERS PERSONNES …

Places where they were shot
Lattakia Mountains and its countryside.
City of Fryka. Lattakia countryside.
Kun Town. Bridge of vacancies.
Adnan. Northern Aleppo countryside.
City of Aleppo.
Lines of communication between the controlled neighborhoods between the Syrian regime and rebel groups.
Proximity to the air faculty.
Salah Eddin neighborhood. Central Aleppo.
Visit the tomb of the city of Afrin and the road of Rigga.
City of Idlib
Idleb, mountains

Turkey Istanbul
Capital Capital
Libya

The shooting period between 2015 and late June, ie the month 06, until May 2016, the month 05, sporadically, and from September 2017 to December 2017 intermittently.
Where the summer, winter and autumn periods continued in the investigation about 3 years.

Frame 0004
Land of the Epics: Inside Islamist Re...
Idlib
By Yacine BenRabia
25 Jan 2018

This documentary in Syria is about a press trip among the rebel groups against Bashar Assad's regime, where the film tells the story of two important leaders in a combat group. We accompanied them in 2015, 2016 and 2017 from September to December 2017.

The two are Abu Muhammad al-Shami al-Halabi, leader of the Ansar al-Aqeedah group, which is active in the Lattakia countryside Idlib, and Aleppo, was the governor of the Front of victory on Aleppo in 2014, and before the official Ahrar Cham in Aleppo and Deputy Abu Khaled Syrian one close to Osama bin Laden.

Abu Omar al-Libi, wanted for the West, where we accompanied him in a battle and before, even his daily life with his family. (CREATOR OF AL BATAR BRIGADE)

The story is accompanied by Abu Muhammad al-Shami, one of the most wanted Americans and the Syrian regime, for being the first Emi of foreign fighters who arrived in Syria in 2011. He was responsible for many of the leaders of the Islamic State Organization later, such as the Minister of War of the State Organization Abu Omar Al-Checheni, as well as his strong friendship with him, as well as Abu Ismail Al-Anbari.

In addition to its strong relationship with the leaders of the army of immigrants and supporters such as Saifullah who was killed before 2014 in battles in Aleppo, as well as Salah al-Din al-Chechen and Abdul Karim Ukrainian before the overthrow in 2015.

The story is also accompanied by Abu Mohammed and his close associates, in their play for football, and how to train, how they are fighting, how they are fighting on the fronts in Lattakia countryside, how to make weapons and missiles in an explosives factory, and how to make chemical weapons in a secret laboratory.

How they plan to fight in partnership with other groups, as well as the humanitarian situation of the population inside Aleppo and the city of Idlib
Accompanied by an elderly woman to tell us the situation in the city and its tragedies, and near the headquarters of the Abu Group Mohammed al-Shami, was a very impressive humanitarian situation.

The story of a child who collects bread crumbs and what he can eat to help his parents under bombardment.
As well as escorting a fighter from the Abu Mohammed group to areas known to forcibly displace its population by the forces as well as our presence in the city of Aleppo.

The story of the film also includes Abu Muhammad's supervision of digging a tunnel 70 kilometers long, under the ground with help prisoners of the regular army, with statements and tales of how some of them were captured and regretted to fight their people, as well as overseeing the launch of aircraft Dron Tayyar, to monitor the Afghan militias fighting alongside the Syrian regime.

We can also see very strong bombing scenes of the fortifications of the Afghan, Iranian and Lebanese Shiites.
The viewer can follow the story of Abu Muhammad al-Shami's group with a soldier in the ranks of the regime, and negotiate with his father, an officer in the regime forces, to swap him with the prisoners of revolutionaries detained by the forces of Bashar al-Assad, but with the days of this prisoner embraces the radical Salafist revolution against the regime, but even in the factory of explosives and preparation of missiles, and shows his willingness to blow himself up against Regular forces, if they do this, can help free themselves from some of the oppression of Syrian urban dwellers.

After this we can follow up with Abu Mohammed al-Shami with another important person in the story is Abu Ali Flic, this person was prisoner and was replaced in negotiations between the rebels and the Syrian regime with the brother of the Grand Mufti of the Syrian Republic Ahmad Hassoun.
In the course of the story, Abu Mohammed leads us to their allies, but this time they are the Kurdish Islamists who are fighting the Biki Ki and Syria's democratic forces, and visit them in a village called the visit on the outskirts of the Kurdish majority Afrin region, secular system.

There we can see dialogues with the village choir, as well as accompany him to the school that changed the educational system to a legal system, with the inspection of the school library and the contents of books, and the dire situation of the educational departments.

In the same context, we follow a battalion of jihadist women who are fighting on the fronts, mastering the shooting with machine guns and shelling the sites of the Afghan Shiites. This battalion is only the wives and wives of Abu Muhammad and his close companions and guards.
Seeking and fighting with their children, for the sake of peace and patience.

AND a lot of interview with this jihadists women.

Abu Mohammed continues with officials of the Sharia court and prison, and we go to the area to photograph the court
The prison and how things are there, with a dialogue with a legitimate judge and a custodian, as well as two prisoners on charges of collaboration and communication with Shiite militias and regular Syrian forces, as well as another prisoner in a jihadi group.

Near our residence with Abu Muhammad, foreign planes bombard a location near a mosque in Adnan we go photograph the area, people under the rubble, some of them dead, the mosque destroyed, by chance the little son was somewhere else the bombardment, of the child's amazement when we ask him about his mother says OH MY MOTHER .... Today is the day of Eid ... Your son came to you a martyr.

We continue our march with Abu Muhammad this time to the countryside of Idlib, to a river related to the Euphrates River, a river Asi, in the border area of Darkush, where they play like young children, and are happy.

Not far from the area there are Christian villages. We visited the predominantly Christian town of Qana, where we visited the Church of the Brother Francis and Father Hanagalov, who spoke in Italian with us, talked about many topics such as their coexistence with Muslims, their position on the revolution and the Syrian regime, and their position on the state organization that dominated the region around and then their position on the Islamic groups and their position on the victory front that controlled the region, their position on the arbitration of Islamic law, as well as talking with Christian residents in the village about the real function of the Christian minority in the area controlled by the jihadists and the daily threats of bombing and killing by the jihadists.

We conclude the story by one of the officials of the groups under the command of Abu Muhammad al-Shami, to bid farewell his comrades, who appeared to us from time to time in every film, because he was about to wear an explosive belt, would blow him up against the Syrian regime soldiers.
Battle against one of their locations near the Air College.

In the end, we will see a group of jihadists talking and threatening the West and Europe to transfer their terrorist operations to it.

TURKEY
After that, we will photograph in Turkey borders and some refugees and a dialogue with Syrian political figures residing in Turkey.

FRANCE
France will then hold dialogues with the dean of the Paris mosque and the role of mosques in the fight against extremism and terrorism, as well as dialogues with representatives of the Jewish religion in Paris on the night of the terrorist attacks that took place in Paris.

LIBYA
After that, we will be represented in Tripoli, Misrata, Zintan, Sabrata and dialogues with strong figures in the Libyan government in 2016 and 2017, including the founder of Libyan intelligence after the Muammar al-Qaiafi regime in 2011, as well as the mayor of Sabrata and the jihadi groups arrested by the Egyptian authorities. Egyptians, which forced the Libyan government to negotiate and release their Emir known as Sheikh Abu Ubaida Zawi, his real name Shaaban gift.

We also have interviews with moderate scholars urging the international community to combat terrorism, Koranic schools in Misurata and dialogue with the deputy mayor of Misurata.

As well as a dialogue with the Chairman of the Committee for the Defense of the Displaced from Benghazi.
And attend the celebrations of the 17th anniversary of the start of the Libyan revolution.

We also have interviews with officials on how to simulate terrorism, the cause of terrorism in Libya, and depict what happened after the terrorist attack in which Zliten was attacked by the Islamic state in a suicide attack on the Libyan judicial police site.

Movie characters

SYRIAN
Abu Muhammad al-Shami, a former detainee in the political prison of the Syrian regime, for his activity with the groups
Before 2011, his friends, many of them Zahran Alloush, former commander of the Army of Islam, before his assassination, as well as Wali Abu Atheer brother of Abu Muhammad al-Fateh, who seized Bab al-Hawa in 2012.
Abu Muhammad al-Shami is one of the former leaders of the Ahrar al-Sham Brigades and Front of Nasra Front Aleppo. He is known for his moderation in religious and political issues.
Abu Omar al-Libi, founder of the Battar battalion, which includes the most fierce foreign fighters, mostly Libyans, Tunisians and Algerians, as well as Europeans of Arab origin. This battalion later became the spearhead of the organization of the Islamic state in its battle with the West or
The Kurds.
Abu Omar is one of the seven foreign nationals who came to Bensh and Idlib with Abu Omar al-Shishani, the war minister of the Islamic state in early 2011, and other foreigners.
Presented by the Emir of the Islamic State Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, a special meeting attended by the leaders of the Organization
The military official of the organization in northern Syria in 2013.
Abu Jamil, the Qur'an teacher of combat groups.
Abu Ali Falis, a field commander associated with Abu Muhammad al-Shami, was a prisoner of the Syrian regime and was exchanged with the brother of the Syrian mufti Ahmed Hassoun.
Hanna Galoff, a Christian priest and official at the Franciscan monastery of the Franciscans, in the town of El Qaneh in Jisr al-Shughour, adjacent to the poetry.

Abu Ismail al-Iraqi, head of intelligence in the organization of the Islamic state in northern Syria, and a relative of the leader of the Islamic State Organization Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

Abu Abdullah al-Kurdi, leader of the Kurdish Islamic Group for the Organization of the Islamic State.

Abu Tawfiq in 2016, the general prince of the movement of Nur al-Din Zanki Islamik and Sheikh Ali. In 2012 he was an emir in the Tawhid Brigade in Mahfouz Governorate
Abu Abd al-Rahman Turki, Emir of the Islamic Group of Tawheed.
OTHERS PERSONNES …

Places where they were shot
Lattakia Mountains and its countryside.
City of Fryka. Lattakia countryside.
Kun Town. Bridge of vacancies.
Adnan. Northern Aleppo countryside.
City of Aleppo.
Lines of communication between the controlled neighborhoods between the Syrian regime and rebel groups.
Proximity to the air faculty.
Salah Eddin neighborhood. Central Aleppo.
Visit the tomb of the city of Afrin and the road of Rigga.
City of Idlib
Idleb, mountains

Turkey Istanbul
Capital Capital
Libya

The shooting period between 2015 and late June, ie the month 06, until May 2016, the month 05, sporadically, and from September 2017 to December 2017 intermittently.
Where the summer, winter and autumn periods continued in the investigation about 3 years.

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Exclusive Video of Aftermath of Alleg...
Kobani, Syria
By TTM Contributor 9
22 Jul 2014

Kobani, Syria

July 22, 2014

This video shows victims of an alleged chemical attack by ISIS on Kurdish fighters

near Kobani, Syria on July 18 and 19, 2014.

Transterra Media cannot confirm the use of chemical weapons.

At the time, the official spokesperson of the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG)

Redur Khalil and the Health Minister of the Kobani Canton Dr. Na’ssan Ahmad said that they believed that chemical or biological agents were used.

In the video, what appear to be burns are visible on the bodies of two males wearing military fatigues at a hospital in Kobani.

Dr. Ahmad said that he and his colleagues inspected the bodies and found signs of burning but no bullet wounds or other similar war injuries.

Interviews:

Interview with the People’s Protection Units (YPG) official spokesperson Redur Khalil (Arabic)

00:56 ISIS’s use of chemical and biological weapons in the city of Kobani – in its war on the city of Kobani – is a very sensitive issue and we don’t want to anticipate events.

01:10 The indices that appeared and the traces on the bodies of martyrs and the wounded definitely show that ISIS used unconventional weapons.

01:30 There is a probability that these were chemical and biological weapons.

01:34 A committee of specialized physicians was formed in the Jazeera Canton [autonomous Kurdish district in northeast Syria] and it conducted necessary procedures and medical tests.

01:43 It was proven that ISIS has used biological weapons in its war on Kobani. However, the type of the weapons has not been determined, due to the limited means of the medical labs in the canton and the siege imposed on the city of Kobani.

02:09 There are unremitting attempts by the assigned medical committee as well as calls for [human] rights groups and aid organisations to head to Kobani to supervise this operation and analyze the substance that was used by ISIS in its war on Kobani.

02:32 The medical committee is now carrying out its duties.

02:39 The traces left by [these] weapons include burns on bodies that were not hit by bullets or bomb shrapnel. They were blue and white burns.

03:01 In some places where ISIS used these weapons, YPG members could smell a very weird odor. The smell was not that of gunpowder or explosives, which shows that the weapons used against Kobani in these locations were unconventional.

Interview with Health Minister of Kobani Canton Dr. Na’ssan Ahmad (Kurdish)

03:48 – 04:29

We have experienced war conditions for a while and we have seen a lot of injured people and martyrs, but [until now] we have not seen bodies that were burnt and not wounded.

The bodies had burns on the hands and legs [and other] exposed parts. We do not know what this substance is, because we do not have the necessary means [to analyze it].

In the future, it could be possible to conduct some tests to determine the kind of the substance that was used.

My colleagues who assisted me and I, in my capacity as a supervising physician, came to the conclusion that this substance was chemical and internationally banned.

Shot list:

00:00 – 00:39

The bodies of dead YPG fighters show skin burns but not wounds. The bodies were filmed at the Amal Hospital in Kobani.

03:29 – 03:47

Medical staff and an officer in military fatigues stand near the bodies of two dead fighters at the Amal Hospital in Kobani.

04:30 – 05:17

Close shots of a dead fighter’s body show burns on the face, arms.

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Eastern Ghouta-Chemical Attack Aftermath
Zamalka, Eastern Ghouta, Syria
By Transterra Editor
09 Apr 2014

Seven months after the Sarin gas attack on the Damascus suburb of Ghouta on August 21st, 2013, some survivors speak out. Estimates of the death toll range between 300 to more than one thousand. The attack was blamed on the government of Syrian President Bashar al Assad.

Om Mahmoud – Medic
''This is the road I take everyday for work and on the day of the attack it was really hard to see here, it was all covered in fog. A missile hit over there and another one over here, they were car accidents cause the people couldn’t see anything. There were bodies everywhere; we were basically walking on corpse. We didn’t know what to do; we didn’t expect the chemicals to be dropped in these proportions. We did all we can do to help and save people. I hope we saved lots of lives.''

Name – Profession: Om Mahmoud – Medic
''The strike happened at 2:30 in the morning, 2 passed 10 we saw the missiles in the air. At first we thought it was regular chemical weapons, which will give us 3 or 4 martyrs only, like they always hit us with. Of course no one believes that they’re using chemical weapons on us. We took the people to the roofs, thinking that the chemicals stay on the ground, cause it’s heavy. Then people started calling for everyone to leave Zamalka, I was like, I’m medical staff, I have to stay here. All the way here the road was covered in fog and ambulances. I arrived to this area; there were corpses and car accidents everywhere. Here hit the first shell close to the hospital, and there was a huge amount of martyrs here. We were forced to walk on the corpses so we could save some people. At the end we couldn’t even see the needles that we were supposed to use. We did all we could, to help the children and women. Finally we were hit as well; our nervous system was hit at the hospital. Another shell hit the same area here next to the hospital, and we couldn’t do or feel anything. We couldn’t see or here, our nerves were not functioning. It took me two days to recover, I was one of the first people vomiting blood, and the doctors were surprised. There were other cases too, different ones since there were thousands of people who were hit, and children were hit. It was really horrible; whoever didn’t see this can’t imagine what it was like. There were bodies everywhere, we were taking them and putting them in cars, I was bleeding and vomiting blood. I was affected by the chemical, I feel like I have the flu constantly and I’m experiencing hair loss. I’m affected by the chemical, it’s for good. No one believed us; they think we’re imagining all this. Whatever we say it’s not enough. If we buried the children and elderly, if Buthayna Shaaban and come and see. They think we played them; it’s Bashar al Assad who played us.

Interviewer: What are the after effects of the strike?

Om Mahmoud: Everybody is suffering from depression. There is not a single home that didn’t lose a family member. There are families where only one person is left alive. You see those people have completely lost their minds. I know someone in that situation. You can see him walk down the street and he’s completely disillusioned. His brothers, sisters and parents are all gone. Families as they were sleeing all died. Some bodies were found after several days, once the chemical dispersed from the air. All this is a lesson for us, so we’d know that the regime is corrupt and everyone supports it. They think we’re not from this earth, we’re residents of Mars.

Interviewer: Did you lose anyone?

Om Mahmoud: I didn’t lose anyone from my family but I lost lots of colleagues and friends. In Eastern Ghouta, a lot of people died. At least 6 people from the medical center, where I work, died. Sadly.''

FSA Fighter:
''On the day of the chemical attacks, we were sleeping, so were the civilians. Some of the revolutionaries were on the frontline and at 2:30 in the morning, they hit us with chemical weapons. We felt it and went outside and found people dying so we called for first aid to come and help the people in these towns. Hundreds of people were affected, children, women and men. We were working in aiding people, driving back and forth and getting the affected. Some people died from the shelling as they were being transported, they hit the area with missiles and rockets. They hit us with everything there is and destroyed the buildings and the streets, so that ambulances wouldn’t be able to transport the people. The shelling kept going for three days, with rockets and warplanes, on Zamalka. Thank to God though the army wasn’t able to move forward.

Interviewer: Were any children martyred?

FSA Fighter: Children are dying here because of the chemical attack, and there is around a 1000, 1500 martyrs that were taken from Zamalka.

Interviewer: What are the psychological and other effects?

FSA Fighter: The effect is that you walk around here and not see anyone, everyone left. Young people, men and children, all left, there’s no one left. You walk around here and find yourself alone. You tell yourself this is this person’s house and that is that family’s but no one left here.''

Child 1
''Child One: I was in Zamalka at home.

Interviewer: What did you feel when the chemical strike happened?

Child One: I felt like my eyes got affected and my stomach started to hurt.

Interviewer: Was anyone from your family hit?

Child one: My dad and two of my uncles.

Interviewer: Did they get wounded or were they martyred?

Child one: They were martyred?

Interviewer: How did your dad die?

Child one: My dad was working in first aid and while he was doing his job he suddenly fell down to the floor.

Interviewer: Did you see your dad getting killed?

Child One: I didn’t see him except in the photographs.''

Child 2
''Interviewer: Where were you during the chemical attacks?

Child Two: I was at home in Zamalka.

Interviewer: What were you doing during the attack?

Child Two: I was sleeping.

Interviewer: What did you feel during the attack.

Child Two: I didn’t feel anything; I woke up and found out that a lot of people died, including family.

Interviewer: Did the chemicals affect you?

Child Two: No they didn’t

Interviewer: Did anyone from your family die?

Child Two: My uncle and my grandparents were martyred, and two other uncles were hit but they were hospitalized and survived.

Interviewer: What can you say about your uncle and grandparents?

Child Two: They used to loves us a lot, and we used to visit them often. It really saddened us.''

Child 3
''Interviewer: Where were you during the chemical attacks?

Child Three: In Zamalka at home.

Interviewer: What were you doing during the attack?

Child Three: I was sleeping

Interviewer: What happened after the attack?

Child Three: I woke up and went to my grandma’s; I waited there and ended up at the hospital.

Interviewer: Did anything happen to any of your relatives?

Child Three: Only my aunt, my dad and my cousin died.

Interviewer: What do you have to say about your dad?

Child Three: He used to love us a lot, and we used to play together and go out''

Child 4
''Interviewer: Where were you during the chemical attack?

Child Four: I was asleep at home.

Interviewer: What did you feel when the chemical attack happened?

Child Four: I didn’t feel anything I just woke up.

Interviewer: The chemical didn’t affect you?

Child Four: My eyes started hurting.

Interviewer: Did anything happen to any of your relatives?

Child Four: Both my brothers.

Interviewer: What happened?

Child Four: They were martyred''

Man
''Until the first aid team arrived, we stayed for around two hours at home; they arrived and found us inside. We couldn’t see clearly, we were nauseous and were experiencing difficulty breading and coughing unnaturally. They took us out of the area and gave us the proper medicine.

Interviewer: Who got martyred or got hit in your family?

Man: No one was martyred in the family thank God, but we were all hit. Around 19 of us and our neighbor and his family and my friend wife came over, we were around 23 people in there.

Interviewer: Are you suffering from any side effects?

Man: Thank God no.
Interviewer: What about ant psychological effect?

Man: This one of course, we were shocked to witness our friends and neighbors killed. Every road we took, we saw someone we know who was dead. It was saddening.''

Shot List:
• Various shots of: Damaged buildings and cars • Shot of: President Bashar Al Assad on groung • Various shots of: Cemetary where most of the chemical attack victims were buried • Various shots of: ''The Grand Mosque of Zamalka'' • Various shots of: People in Streets • Various shots of: Om Mahmoud (the medic), • Various shots of: Caricature, drawings and paintings by Om Mahmoud • Various shots of: FSA Fighter • Various Shots of: Children

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Chemical Weapons Training in Aleppo, ...
Aleppo, Syria
By çNGEL SASTRE
01 Sep 2013

A former student, Mohammad Zayed, has taken on the responsibility of training a group of 26 volunteers in how to react in case of a chemical attack, for the past two months. The volunteers try on suits and gas masks in a classroom, as Zayed writes on a dry erase board. They perform evacuation drills outside as well. The volunteers meet every day, as now have the ability to perform first aid on civilians in the event of an attack. "Are you ready?" Zayed is asked. "Yes," and he pauses before continuing, "Me and all my team."

TRANSLATION OF ARABIC:

0:01 - 0:12 If God forbid we get attacked with the sarin gas, we wait one or two hours, depending on the temperature.

0:15 - 0:22 It is only found in the United States, if we had it here, I would have gotten you some.

0:23 - 0:31 Chlorine is a mix of of Chlorine, Cl, and the chlorine we use at home is known as "Flash."

0:43 - 0:49 It is a dangerous liquid because it stays for a long time.

2:25 - 2:33 I am sure a 100 percent if the regime stays as it is, and Russia remains it's back up, then he [Bashar Al Assad] will use the weapons again," says Abd Al-Monamalbba, chief of civil protection against chemical attack trains in Aleppo.

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Syrians in Greece protest chemical ma...
Athens, Greece
By Epoca Libera
23 Aug 2013

Members of the Syrian community in Athens, gather outside Greek Parliament and European Community Offices, in protests of the alleged chemical attack in Damascus and to demand action against Bashar al-Assad's regime.
///Syrian members of the Syrian community in Athens and their children, protest the alleged chemical attack in Damascus outside Greek Parliament.

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25th Anniversary of the gas attack on...
Halabja, Iraq
By Antonio Zambardino
28 Mar 2013

Aram Karim Hama Hussein (boy) and Ana Karim Hama Hussein (girl) age 4. They are both born with Microcephalus, a neurodevelopmental disorder in which the circumference of the head is more than two standard deviations smaller than average for the person's age and sex, and can be caused by abnormal conditions while the mother is pregnant. Both children are unable to walk or develop speaking abilities.

On the 16th of March 1988, an Iraqi military strike hit the Kurdish town of Halabja with the greatest attack of chemical weapons ever used against a civilian population. The weapons used were a "cocktail" of mustard gas and the nerve agents sarin, tabun and VX. These chemicals drenched the skin and clothes of the targeted people, affected their respiratory tracts and eyes and contaminated their water and food.
But a generation later, the strike on Halabja is still killing people. An increasing number of children are dying each year of leukemia and lymphomas. The cancers are more frequent in children and teenagers in Halabja than elsewhere in Iraqi Kurdistan, and many people have aggressive tumors.
No chemotherapy or radiotherapy is available in this region. The attack has left thousands people wounded physiologically too. Some statues and monument in Halabja are based on the pictures taken on the day of the attack and often show dying people instead of triumphant men in a context of greatness.
The entire city carries this legacy on its shoulders.

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25th Anniversary of the gas attack on...
Halabja, Iraq
By Antonio Zambardino
27 Mar 2013

The wife of Mr Ali Mahmoud Muhammad Empties their collection fo empty med-boxes on a carpet

On the 16th of March 1988, an Iraqi military strike hit the Kurdish town of Halabja with the greatest attack of chemical weapons ever used against a civilian population. The weapons used were a "cocktail" of mustard gas and the nerve agents sarin, tabun and VX. These chemicals drenched the skin and clothes of the targeted people, affected their respiratory tracts and eyes and contaminated their water and food.
But a generation later, the strike on Halabja is still killing people. An increasing number of children are dying each year of leukemia and lymphomas. The cancers are more frequent in children and teenagers in Halabja than elsewhere in Iraqi Kurdistan, and many people have aggressive tumors.
No chemotherapy or radiotherapy is available in this region. The attack has left thousands people wounded physiologically too. Some statues and monument in Halabja are based on the pictures taken on the day of the attack and often show dying people instead of triumphant men in a context of greatness.
The entire city carries this legacy on its shoulders.

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25th Anniversary of the gas attack on...
Halabja, Iraq
By Antonio Zambardino
27 Mar 2013

8 year old aunt of Aram Karim Hama Hussein and Ana Karim Hama Hussein.

On the 16th of March 1988, an Iraqi military strike hit the Kurdish town of Halabja with the greatest attack of chemical weapons ever used against a civilian population. The weapons used were a "cocktail" of mustard gas and the nerve agents sarin, tabun and VX. These chemicals drenched the skin and clothes of the targeted people, affected their respiratory tracts and eyes and contaminated their water and food.
But a generation later, the strike on Halabja is still killing people. An increasing number of children are dying each year of leukemia and lymphomas. The cancers are more frequent in children and teenagers in Halabja than elsewhere in Iraqi Kurdistan, and many people have aggressive tumors.
No chemotherapy or radiotherapy is available in this region. The attack has left thousands people wounded physiologically too. Some statues and monument in Halabja are based on the pictures taken on the day of the attack and often show dying people instead of triumphant men in a context of greatness.
The entire city carries this legacy on its shoulders.

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25th Anniversary of the gas attack on...
Halabja, Iraq
By Antonio Zambardino
27 Mar 2013

Sheena Fathalla with help in her mother's arms. She was born blind (24 Feb 2010) She was immediatly diagnosed Hydrocephalus, a medical condition in which there is an abnormal accumulation of cerebrospinal fluid in the ventricles, or cavities, of the brain, causing increased pressure inside the skull. She's unable to walk, but she might be able to have surgery at the age of 14.

On the 16th of March 1988, an Iraqi military strike hit the Kurdish town of Halabja with the greatest attack of chemical weapons ever used against a civilian population. The weapons used were a "cocktail" of mustard gas and the nerve agents sarin, tabun and VX. These chemicals drenched the skin and clothes of the targeted people, affected their respiratory tracts and eyes and contaminated their water and food.
But a generation later, the strike on Halabja is still killing people. An increasing number of children are dying each year of leukemia and lymphomas. The cancers are more frequent in children and teenagers in Halabja than elsewhere in Iraqi Kurdistan, and many people have aggressive tumors.
No chemotherapy or radiotherapy is available in this region. The attack has left thousands people wounded physiologically too. Some statues and monument in Halabja are based on the pictures taken on the day of the attack and often show dying people instead of triumphant men in a context of greatness.
The entire city carries this legacy on its shoulders.

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25th Anniversary of the gas attack on...
Halabja, Iraq
By Antonio Zambardino
27 Mar 2013

Nermin Hama, Hamin Masoon, Sartak Hama Nazim Sardas Fathallago go back to the bomb shelter where they hid in 1988 during the attack. People who survived managed to stay in bomb shelters all day and afterwards had to flee to Iran as the city was no longer safe to live in.

On the 16th of March 1988, an Iraqi military strike hit the Kurdish town of Halabja with the greatest attack of chemical weapons ever used against a civilian population. The weapons used were a "cocktail" of mustard gas and the nerve agents sarin, tabun and VX. These chemicals drenched the skin and clothes of the targeted people, affected their respiratory tracts and eyes and contaminated their water and food.
But a generation later, the strike on Halabja is still killing people. An increasing number of children are dying each year of leukemia and lymphomas. The cancers are more frequent in children and teenagers in Halabja than elsewhere in Iraqi Kurdistan, and many people have aggressive tumors.
No chemotherapy or radiotherapy is available in this region. The attack has left thousands people wounded physiologically too. Some statues and monument in Halabja are based on the pictures taken on the day of the attack and often show dying people instead of triumphant men in a context of greatness.
The entire city carries this legacy on its shoulders.

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25th Anniversary of the gas attack on...
Halabja, Iraq
By Antonio Zambardino
25 Mar 2013

Arish Aziz Ali (boy) was born with a congenital malformation of the right foot. He can walk, however the right leg is shorter than the other.
Jian Aziz Ali, 25. She was born the day of the attack on 16 March 1988. She studies Sport Education at the Halabja University and plays volleyball in the Halabja city team.

On the 16th of March 1988, an Iraqi military strike hit the Kurdish town of Halabja with the greatest attack of chemical weapons ever used against a civilian population. The weapons used were a "cocktail" of mustard gas and the nerve agents sarin, tabun and VX. These chemicals drenched the skin and clothes of the targeted people, affected their respiratory tracts and eyes and contaminated their water and food.
But a generation later, the strike on Halabja is still killing people. An increasing number of children are dying each year of leukemia and lymphomas. The cancers are more frequent in children and teenagers in Halabja than elsewhere in Iraqi Kurdistan, and many people have aggressive tumors.
No chemotherapy or radiotherapy is available in this region. The attack has left thousands people wounded physiologically too. Some statues and monument in Halabja are based on the pictures taken on the day of the attack and often show dying people instead of triumphant men in a context of greatness.
The entire city carries this legacy on its shoulders.

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25th Anniversary of the gas attack on...
Halabja, Iraq
By Antonio Zambardino
25 Mar 2013

The medication boxes of Ali Mahmoud Muhammad affected by Pulmonary Fibrosis since 1988. According to a medical source anyone who survived the attack and lived after it had either pulmunary fibrosis, skin conditions and asthma.

On the 16th of March 1988, an Iraqi military strike hit the Kurdish town of Halabja with the greatest attack of chemical weapons ever used against a civilian population. The weapons used were a "cocktail" of mustard gas and the nerve agents sarin, tabun and VX. These chemicals drenched the skin and clothes of the targeted people, affected their respiratory tracts and eyes and contaminated their water and food.
But a generation later, the strike on Halabja is still killing people. An increasing number of children are dying each year of leukemia and lymphomas. The cancers are more frequent in children and teenagers in Halabja than elsewhere in Iraqi Kurdistan, and many people have aggressive tumors.
No chemotherapy or radiotherapy is available in this region. The attack has left thousands people wounded physiologically too. Some statues and monument in Halabja are based on the pictures taken on the day of the attack and often show dying people instead of triumphant men in a context of greatness.
The entire city carries this legacy on its shoulders.

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25th Anniversary of the gas attack on...
Halabja, Iraq
By Antonio Zambardino
23 Mar 2013

Mr. Sarxel. President of The Memorial of the Halabja Gas attack that occured on 16/3/1988

On the 16th of March 1988, an Iraqi military strike hit the Kurdish town of Halabja with the greatest attack of chemical weapons ever used against a civilian population. The weapons used were a "cocktail" of mustard gas and the nerve agents sarin, tabun and VX. These chemicals drenched the skin and clothes of the targeted people, affected their respiratory tracts and eyes and contaminated their water and food.
But a generation later, the strike on Halabja is still killing people. An increasing number of children are dying each year of leukemia and lymphomas. The cancers are more frequent in children and teenagers in Halabja than elsewhere in Iraqi Kurdistan, and many people have aggressive tumors.
No chemotherapy or radiotherapy is available in this region. The attack has left thousands people wounded physiologically too. Some statues and monument in Halabja are based on the pictures taken on the day of the attack and often show dying people instead of triumphant men in a context of greatness.
The entire city carries this legacy on its shoulders.

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25th Anniversary Of Halabja
Halabja, Iraq
By U.S. Editor
05 Mar 2013

On the 16th of March 1988, an Iraqi military strike hit the Kurdish town of Halabja with the greatest attack of chemical weapons ever used against a civilian population. The weapons used were a "cocktail" of mustard gas and the nerve agents sarin, tabun and VX. These chemicals drenched the skin and clothes of the targeted people, affected their respiratory tracts and eyes and contaminated their water and food. The entire city carries this legacy on its shoulders.

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25th Anniversary of the gas attack on...
Halabja, Iraq
By Antonio Zambardino
04 Mar 2013

Neighborhoods around the memorial of the attack on the city

On the 16th of March 1988, an Iraqi military strike hit the Kurdish town of Halabja with the greatest attack of chemical weapons ever used against a civilian population. The weapons used were a "cocktail" of mustard gas and the nerve agents sarin, tabun and VX. These chemicals drenched the skin and clothes of the targeted people, affected their respiratory tracts and eyes and contaminated their water and food.
But a generation later, the strike on Halabja is still killing people. An increasing number of children are dying each year of leukemia and lymphomas. The cancers are more frequent in children and teenagers in Halabja than elsewhere in Iraqi Kurdistan, and many people have aggressive tumors.
No chemotherapy or radiotherapy is available in this region. The attack has left thousands people wounded physiologically too. Some statues and monument in Halabja are based on the pictures taken on the day of the attack and often show dying people instead of triumphant men in a context of greatness.
The entire city carries this legacy on its shoulders.

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25th Anniversary of the gas attack on...
Halabja, Iraq
By Antonio Zambardino
01 Mar 2013

HALABJA 1988-2013

On the 16th of March 1988, an Iraqi military strike hit the Kurdish town of Halabja with the greatest attack of chemical weapons ever used against a civilian population. The weapons used were a "cocktail" of mustard gas and the nerve agents sarin, tabun and VX. These chemicals drenched the skin and clothes of the targeted people, affected their respiratory tracts and eyes and contaminated their water and food.
But a generation later, the strike on Halabja is still killing people. An increasing number of children are dying each year of leukemia and lymphomas. The cancers are more frequent in children and teenagers in Halabja than elsewhere in Iraqi Kurdistan, and many people have aggressive tumors.
No chemotherapy or radiotherapy is available in this region. The attack has left thousands people wounded physiologically too. Some statues and monument in Halabja are based on the pictures taken on the day of the attack and often show dying people instead of triumphant men in a context of greatness.
The entire city carries this legacy on its shoulders.

Amhed Baker's hands. He was in Halabja the day of the attack, when the gas cleared out he helped around the city. Most of his body is affected by a skin condition. This is very common among the survivors.