A documentary from "somewhere in Northern Syria" as the reporter says, no blood, just death, thats what you see in this video and other videos that came out of Syria lately. Nothing is really graphic or terrifying, just people. You look at them and you never understand what it is really; frozen bodies with white sugar covering them! You later on know that what looked like sugar is burns and the frozen parts of the body are frozen because they have been hit by some kind of chemical weapon. 

The chemical weapon is called "Napalm". Napalm, according to the Wikipedia, is a mixture of thickening agent and petroleum or a similar fuel for use in an incendiary device. Initially used against buildings and later primarily as an anti-personnel weapon that sticks to skin and causes severe burns when on fire. 

The documentary film is not to report news; death in Syria is no news anymore. However, this documentary is to show the world that these people are, the children, women and young guys who were attacked by the Napalm gas in Syria. Those are the civilians who die in silent. Those are the ones who the regime claims are Al-Qaida and targets them leaving the real Al-Qaida jihadi people free and safe to do the regime the big favor of making it seem like it is really fighting terrorist when the real war is between the regime and civilians. 

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Illustation by Dima Nechawi Graphic Design by Hesham Asaad