a valley doctor, with ties to syria, wonders what has happened to his family syria was once his home.. channel 5's...angelo vargas spoke to him about-- innocent lives caught in the middle. angelo... a valley doctor says he can never go back to his home country. he's exiled by his political views. he wonders about his family there and how these airstrikes will change their future.. nats of missiles the recent missiles that hit syria...
"what happened this weekend is really, really a very good thing." ...can be as strong as the bracelet valley doctor ghanem daghestani wears..
"it says, against keeping assad in power" daghestani has helped cancer patients for ten years. he says the airstrkes are a message to stop the chemical warefare in syria.
"we hope that this will completely take away the capability assad to use any chemical weapons against the population." he says some of his family members could be part of the society hit by previous attacks by the syrian government.
"we have family members that we don't know of their whereabouts of. i have cousins i don't know where their are, maybe under the rubble somewhere." right now, he can never return to syria.
"if i step foot in syria i will not come back." daghestani says he'll always keep his family and views close to him..
"this is in support the syrian revolution, actually, this is in support of the syrian revolution and it has not left my arm for probably seven years now." he hopes one day to take this band off. he wants the situation in syria to improve before more missiles become a destructive voice of change.. again, syrian officials deny they had anything to do with recent chemical attacks. in the channel five news studio, angelo vargas, channel fives at six. hey guys!