Syrian charity and civil associations in Saudi Arabia have launched a campaign to aid and supports victims of the latest chemical attack by Assad's regime.
The attack, on the Ghouta regions of Damascus killed some 1,400 people.
Damascene House Forum Foundation and Syrian charity 'Khair', in cooperation with the Medical Association of Syrian Expatriates called on people to donate at least $100 to a special fund set up to for the victims.
'To save what left' is the title of the campaign where it intends to provide the required medical equipment and relief materials.
According to information received from the Syrian Revolution Martyr Database, at least 7,500 people have been killed in Damascus since March 2011.
Translated and edited by The Syrian Observer