Reuters Syrian activists inspect the bodies of people they say were killed by nerve gas in the Ghouta region, in the Duma neighbourhood of Damascus August 21, 2013.
Most of the videos showed piles and rows of dead bodies with people wrapped in white Syrian traditional burial cloth. There were hospitals and other places were lobbies showed row and piles of corpses, while other videos show doctors doing their very best to bring victims' back to life.
Among these videos was footage from a camera man crying as he told the story of a family which all members were dead, including an innocent baby still wearing a diaper. Outside the room where the family was lying dead, the hallway revealed a more horrifying sight of more dead bodies lying along the hallway.
There can be no more heart-wrenching sight than seeing innocent children's lives being wasted over a monstrous attack like the Syria chemical attack.
"I saw many children lying on beds as if they were sleeping, but unfortunately they were dead. We thought this regime would not use chemical weapons, at least these days with the presence of the U.N. inspectors. It is reckless. The regime is saying, 'I don't care.' " activist, Abu Yassin, told The New York Times through a Skype interview.
In another video, a mother was seen painfully saying goodbye to her dead child. No amount of words can ever explain the pain revealed in her crying and desperate attempts to hug her child's dead body.
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Fortunately for this young girl in the next video, she woke up alive in the care of a medic who was doing his best to comfort her. The young girl, Younma, was panic stricken when she woke up. She was saying over and over that she was alive.
The medic said that that Younma was suffering a psychological trauma brought by the death of her parents. She was saying she was alive repeatedly in her attempt to convince the doctor that, indeed, she was alive.
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Mohammed, an activist who refused to reveal his real name, told The New York Times that more victims were piled out in Zamalka where residents were being called over loudspeakers to identify their possible relatives.
Other witnesses said that the victims tried to find a safe hiding place from government buildings and underground shelters, but these had only made it worst for them.
"The descent of the citizens into the basements increased the number of wounded and the number of martyrs," a medic said while uncontrollably crying. He also said that there also medics who died because of the attack.
There were many videos showing the horrific result of the monstrous Syria chemical attack.
Only those with strong hearts are advised to see some of those videos here: