Bashar al-Assad’s brother involved in chemical attacks

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and his brother Maher al-Assad

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and his brother Maher al-Assad

Berlin … News Time

German media have revealed that Bashar al-Assad’s brother Maher al-Assad was involved in the August 2013 attack on the internationally banned Syrian gas in the Ghouta area on the outskirts of Damascus. According to German media documents, Bashar al-Assad authorized a chemical attack on his brother Maher al-Assad. A chemical attack in eastern Ghouta killed 15,000 civilians. This incident shook the whole world. According to German TV Deutsche Welle, the German War Crimes Unit is investigating the use of Syrian gas in Syria and the resulting deaths. The unit was established in 2002, with legal authority to collect crime data from around the world. An investigation in Germany has revealed that Bashar al-Assad allowed his brother, Maher al-Assad, to use force against the opposition in eastern Ghouta and carry out attacks with Syrian gas. Maher al-Assad is thought to be the second most powerful man in Syria after President Bashar al-Assad. In 2013, Maher al-Assad was the commander-in-chief of Assad’s army. Documents show that Bashar al-Assad directed his brother instead of ordering a direct attackThat he uses the method he understands best, including the use of siren gas. This proves that Bashar al-Assad cannot be acquitted in the attack carried out by the banned Syrian gas. According to available documents, it was al-Assad. “When we link the elements involved in the chemical attack in Ghouta, this chain goes to the Syrian presidency,” said Steve Kostas, a legal expert and co-worker with the litigation team.


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