Emotional footage of a father being reunited with the son he thought was dead has been viewed over 1.3 million times on YouTube. Wide-eyed, the Syrian man fought his way out of the building, amid shouts of "Allah Akhbar" -- God is great. But this footage, seen 1.2 million times on YouTube, shows not another family destroyed -- but one reunited. A father, who reportedly thought his toddler son was dead, is reunited with the small boy in the town of Zamalka. Almost beside himself with joy, the young man falls to the floor weeping, as his son is handed over to him. He cradles him, rocking the small child in his arms. The caption for the video, in Arabic, states: "Many people lost their sons and relatives. Alive, dead, they do not know anything. "This is a very touching meet up with his son after he lost him due to the chemical bombing of Zamalka."