Syrian native in Bothell, WA wants Syrian president knocked out

Syrian native in Bothell, WA wants Syrian president knocked out
In this photo taken on a government organized tour, Syrian army soldiers evacuate a comrade injured during heavy clashes with Syrian rebels in the Jobar neighborhood of Damascus, Syria, Saturday, Aug. 24, 2013. Syrian state media accused rebels of using chemical arms on Saturday against government troops trying to storm a contested neighborhood of Damascus, claiming a major army offensive in recent days had forced the opposition fighters to resort to such weapons "as their last card." State TV broadcast images of plastic jugs, gas masks, vials of an unspecified medication, explosives and other items that it said were seized from rebel hideouts. It did not, however, show any video of soldiers reportedly affected by toxic gas in the fighting in the Jobar neighborhood of Damascus. (AP Photo)

Born in Damascus, Syria, Dr. Hassan Jazaeri graduated from the University of Washington and opened his dental practice in Bothell in 2006. His family still lives in Damascus and they’ve been living with the uncertainty of civil war for the last two years. In the aftermath of the alleged chemical weapons attack by Pres. Bashar al-Assad, President Barack Obama faces a critical decision to use military force against Syria following his ‘red line’ comment. Host Phil Vandervort, sitting in for John Carlson, talks to Dr. Jazaeri about what’s he’s learning from his family in Syria as Pres. Obama contemplates a military attack.