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War on Syria: Russia bombards Badiyah with Phosphorus & Chlorine

Syria War: Russia bombards Badiyah with Phosphorus & Chlorine
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As Suwayda (Syria News) Russian Air Force carried out air strikes, on Sunday, and bombarded the headquarters of the Syrian opposition in al-Badiyah, using Chlorine gas and white phosphorus.

Spokesman of Jaysh Usud al-Sharkeya said that the Russian Air Force carried out six air strikes on the opposition forces headquarters, in al-Mahroutha area, east of As Suwayda, using Chlorine gas and white phosphorus, leaving only material damage.

The spokesman revealed that the air strikes were conducted to push the rebels to withdraw towards Jordan.

It is noteworthy that during Syria war the country suffered several chemical attacks, especially using white phosphorus, and  when a white phosphorus shell explodes, the chemical inside reacts with the air, creating a thick white cloud, and when it comes in contact with flesh, it can kill by burning deep to the bone.

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