"I just want to tell Mr. Trump directly: I'm a Syrian refugee who survived chemical weapons attacks, who lived under two years of siege and bombardment by the government", Eid said.
The U.S., France and the United Kingdom targeted chemical weapons sites in Syria early Saturday.
France concluded after technical analysis of open sources and "reliable intelligence" that a chemical attack on Douma on April 7 was carried out by Syrian government forces, a declassified intelligence report said on Saturday.
The Pentagon said the strikes hit three targets believed to have been involved in creating chemical weapons. In the case of chlorine, it is permitted to possess it for civilian use, but not to use it as a weapon. The strikes were in retaliation for a suspected chemical weapons attack in Douma, near Damascus.
"That possibility always has to be taken into account, and investigators will look for evidence that shows whether the incident site has been tampered with", Ralf Trapp, a consultant and member of a previous OPCW mission to Syria, told AFP.
Douma was the final rebel holdout in an nearly two-month regime assault to reconquer the last opposition bastion outside Damascus.
A survivor of a Syrian chemical attack in 2013 wants to buy President Donald Trump a beer to share his experience on the conditions in the country.
According to American officials, the operation involved three United States destroyers, a French frigate and a USA submarine located in the Red Sea, the Gulf and the eastern Mediterranean.
The Syrian Foreign Ministry, according to Wannous, condemns the attack on Damascus saying it threatens to disrupt stability and peace in the world.
The US President has declared the US, UK and French strikes on Syria a success, as Russian Federation has described them unlawful.
French President Emmanuel Macron insists he has "not declared war on the regime of Bashar al-Assad".
Those assertions have been denounced as lies by Western officials.
Macron and other Western leaders have called for a diplomatic offensive after the strikes, aiming to end a conflict that has killed more than 350,000 people and displaced half of Syria's population. The Security Council is deadlocked over how to replace it.
But Russia has blocked countless resolutions against its Syrian ally and the regime has appeared determined to continue its military reconquest of the country. She said that the missile strikes should be expanded.