BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:45 P.M.) – The jihadist rebels launched several rockets and artillery shells towards the government-held towns of Raseef and Aziziyah in northwestern Hama this evening.

According to a military source close to the scene, over 20 people were hospitalized after the projectiles struck the civilian neighborhoods.

The source said the Suqaylabiyeh Hospital reported that most of the victims were suffering from asphyxiation after one of the jihadist projectiles landed in a civilian area.

He added that the Syrian military believes chemical weapons were used by the jihadist rebels during tonight’s attack.

No further details were released at this time.

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Quick USUKFR better bomb Assad so the rebels don’t do it again.