Nine years after the chemical massacre in Eastern Ghouta, where more than a thousand civilians suffocated due to the poisonous sarin gas, bombed by the Syrian regime. Nine years and so far, the criminals responsible for this massacre have not been held accountable, and there are no mechanisms to prevent the Syrian regime from using lethal weapons. The Syrian Association for Citizens’ Dignity (SACD) recorded an exclusive interview with lawyer Ibrahim Olabi of Guernica 37, International Justice Chamber to further explain the international mechanisms that can be used to hold the perpetrators of these crimes accountable.