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These photos are not for victims of Ghouta chemical weapons massacre

These photos are not for victims of Ghouta chemical weapons massacre

Dirar Khattab Dirar Khattab   Monday 21st August 2017

Dirar Khattab Dirar Khattab   Monday 21st August 2017

On 21 August the anniversary of massacre committed by Assad regime against civilians in Ghouta where more than 1000 civilian majority are children were killed according to human rights and medical organizations after Assad regime bombed the area with rockets contain chemical weapons like Sarin gas.

Verify-Sy would like to remind audience that some photos being falsely shared as aftermath of the massacre.

This photo is from Iraq not Syria:

This photo was taken by the Italian photojournalist Marko De Lauro on 27/3/2003 in Iraqi city Mousayib suburb showing the bodies of people were killed during Saddam Hussain era following Gulf War in 1991 were found in a mass grave.

Verify-Sy show another photo of the scene from another angle published on Getty Images website:
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This photo is not real:

This photo of the girl is not real but a photo of Turkish painter Mustafa Yuce who has collection of paints that look so real.

Verify-Sy attach the photo from several angles in the expo of the painter who published the photos on his Facebook page.


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