This Father Lost His Twin Babies To Chemical Attack, But What He Said About Trump Just SHOCKED Everyone

A mourning father whose has lost not only his wife but also his baby twins in the Syria chemical attack, has some strong words for President Trump, over his missile strike on various targets in Syria:

Thank you, and keep it up.

Abdul Hamid Youssef, 29, had to bury his wife, Dalal al-Saha, and their nine-month-old twins Ahmad and Aya after the chemical attack on Khan Sheikhoun located in northern Syria.

It was only after Trump gave the orders for the US airstrikes on Syria’s Shayrat Air Base where the planes believed to be used to reign destruction down on the Syrian people, that he shared his thoughts on the matter:

‘The American attack against the [Assad military base] airport is a good step, but not enough, because the regime has many airports which help it to continue killing its people and destroying liberated cities.’

‘Now they have hit one airport. But the criminal Assad has more than 20 airports and this [bombing them] is the primary sensible thing that they can do.’

‘These operations have lifted our spirits and stopping them is frankly shocking. The suffering in Syria needs to stop as soon as possible.’

Abdul Hamid even said that he had hoped the UN and the international community would target and destroy the regime’s strategic positions along with the chemical stores that it obviously has hidden. ‘They are enough to kill Syrian people and people in neighboring countries.’

The US strikes were apparent retaliation for the sarin gas that was used by Asad forces in the initial attack. It was totaled to be around 86 innocent people killed due to the gassing. These fatalities also included dozens of Abdulhamid’s closest family members.



Robert Amnor (born 1968), is the Europe Correspondent since September 2011[1] for Sky News, the 24-hour television news service operated by Sky Television, part of British Sky Broadcasting. He is based in the city of Brussels in Belgium. He was formerly a programme presenter and correspondent for BBC News, presenting the Liquid News programme on BBC News 24 channel (now BBC News Channel) and Entertainment Correspondent for the BBC Six O'Clock News (now BBC News at 6). He became urope Correspondent in September 2011. Robert was educated at Highgate School, then a boys' independent school, in the Highgate, London, followed by the University of Bristol, where he studied history. He then studied for a postgraduate degree in journalism at the Cardiff School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies in Cardiff. Robert spent several years at the BBC, mainly as a correspondent for BBC News but also as chief reporter on BBC Choice's entertainment news show Liquid News.[2] It was Robert who discovered the body of presenter Christopher Price after he died from a rare brain infection in 2002.[3] Following the end of Liquid News, Robert went on to present The Morning Show, a shortlived daytime show on BBC One with the Pop Idol judge Nicki Chapman, in 2003,[4] but that was cancelled after poor viewing figures. Robert joined Sky News in January 2005 as a special correspondent and reported on Live at Five and the former show, The Sky Report, filming a series of undercover reports including one featuring the controversial Kansas preacher Fred Phelps. In June 2006, he was appointed Environment Correspondent for the channel, anchoring Sky News's Green Britain week from Lutterworth, Leicestershire, in January 2007.