Survivors of Syrian Chemical Weapons Attack Visit Capitol Hill
(WASHINGTON) -- Two women who survived a chemical weapons attack in the town of Moadamiyeh in Syria last August, came to Capitol Hill Thursday to press lawmakers to increase U.S. involvement in Syria. “We need solutions. This humanitarian aid…helps the survivors to live longer under the suffering. We need the suffering to end first,” Heba Sawan, one of the Syrian women who survived a chemical weapons attack, said in a news conference Thursday.