Why? Because he was correct.
Assad, by comparison, would likely be considered far worse than Hitler if his actions were left unchecked.
There is no way to contemplate how many more of his citizens he would have murdered.
Medical charity Medicins Sans Frontieres said its doctors treated victims with dilated pupils, muscle spasms and involuntary defecation – symptoms ‘consistent with exposure to neurotoxic agents such as sarin’.
The World Health Organisation said the victims appeared to have been exposed to a ‘nerve agent.’
The symptoms all point to sarin – the chemical weapon accidentally created in 1938 by German scientists working on insecticides.
The chemist in charge of the project initially thought he had failed, because the compound he had created was too deadly to animal and human life to use in agriculture. But that is exactly what appealed to Adolf Hitler, whose weapons division took over the project.
Hitler was so pleased with his new weapon, he named it ‘sarin’ after the scientists who discovered it – Gerhard Schrader, Otto Ambros, Gerhard Ritter, and Hans-Jürgen von der Linde. (Source)
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By contrast, The brand of Zyklon-B used by the Nazis contained substances which gave the pellets a blue appearance and left blue stains inside gas chambers which can still be seen today in chambers that were left intact.
During the killing process, prisoners at Auschwitz and other killing centers were forced into the air-tight chambers that had been disguised by the Nazis to look like shower rooms.
The pellets would then vaporize, giving off a noticeable bitter almond odor.
Upon being breathed in, the vapors combined with red blood cells, depriving the human body of vital oxygen, causing unconsciousness, and then death through oxygen starvation.
A stockpile of Zyklon-B poison gas pellets found at Majdanek death camp in 1944
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