Business Insider brought my attention to this NPR interview with a man who lost 11 family members in Syria's recent chemical weapon strikes. Almost nothing is made plain in the interview. The man's family doesn't know whether the attacks were delivered by Assad's forces or rebels. He doesn't believe the US should strike Syria, but he does think "America should stand in the middle and stop the fighting" somehow. The only thing that is clear in the interview is the fact that people die whether the weapons used are chemical or conventional.