Comment: RE: videos on the Chemical Weapons Attack

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RE: videos on the Chemical Weapons Attack

There have been questions raised about the speed in which the 'dead children' videos became published within hours after the attack.

It would seem near impossible to gather all those children, make and send out videos within an hour or so after the attack happened.

Now, due to the videos getting widespread attention some of the parents and villagers have recognized their own children that were kidnapped a week before during the vicious attack on Alawite villages by rebel forces.

This would also explain why there were no grieving parents in those videos and no women. Many of the parents were themselves kidnapped, killed, or separated during the flight from the rebel attacks in the village.

see:
"We are still finding people who were killed in their homes, and bodies left in bushes," said Sheikh Mohammed Reda Hatem, an Alawite religious leader in Latakia. "Until now 150 Alawites from the villages have been kidnapped. There are women and children among them. We have lost all contact with them."

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/middleeast/syria/1...