BEIRUT, LEBANON (11:00 P.M.) – Over 20 people were hospitalized this evening after the jihadist rebels launched a big assault on the towns of Raseef and Aziziyah in northwestern Hama.

The victims have since been transported to the Al-Suqaylabiyeh Hospital where they are being treated for asphyxiation related to the jihadist attack.

Below is a video obtained from the Al-Suqaylabiyeh Hospital in northwestern Hama:

The Syrian military claims the jihadist rebels likely used chemical weapons to attack Aziziyah and Raseef; however, nothing is confirmed.

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Quick the USUKFR must bomb Assad to punish the rebels.