In the lowest death toll in 102 months, 272 people were killed in September 2019

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights documented the death of 272 people in September 2019, and they were distributed as follows:

Civilian casualties: 134 people including 14 children under the age of eighteen, and 10 women over the age of eighteen, and they were killed as follows:

2 citizen women were killed in bombardment by Russian warplanes.
4 citizens including 1 child and 1 woman were killed in bombardment by regime’s warplanes.
15 citizens including 2 children and 2 women were killed in shelling by the regime forces.
17 citizens were killed under torture in the prisons of the regime forces.
3 citizens were killed in gunfire of the regime forces.
3 citizens including 1 child were killed by the Syria Democratic Forces.
2 citizens including a woman were killed by the factions.
21 citizens including 5 children and a woman were killed in mine and IED explosions.
4 citizens were killed by the Turkish border guards.
17 citizens were killed in assassinations in several areas of Syria.
17 citizens including 2 children and 2 women were killed in the explosion of booby-trapped vehicles.
3 citizens including a child and a woman were killed in unknown circumstances.
2 citizens were executed by Hayyaat Tahrir al-Sham.
1 child was killed in a fight between the factions.
23 were killed in “al-Hol statelet” due to the bad living and health conditions.

Syrian fighters of Islamic and repel factions and other movements and organizations: 27
The Syria Democratic Forces: 6
The regime forces: 24
Members of the Popular Committees, and the National Defense Forces, and militiamen loyal to the regime forces of Syrian nationalities: 21
Fighters of the Lebanese Hezbollah: 1
Fighters loyal to the regime forces of non-Syrian nationalities mostly of the Shiite sect: 41
Unidentified people: 1

Fighters of Islamic and repel factions and ISIS and Nusra Front (Qaeda organization of the Levant), and Mujahedeen and al-Ansar Army and Islamic Turkestan Party of non-Syrian nationalities: 18

Despite the conferences calling for dialogue and solution, and the UNSC resolution and the unreal truces, the bloodshed continues on the Syrian territory and the killing and fighting continues without peace, and the cease-fire truces are only breaks between the conflicting parties in Syrian, where some parties were winners and others lost influence and control, so, we in the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, reiterates our calls for the international parties to do their utmost efforts to stop the bloodshed of the Syrian people, who faced tyranny and injustice to reach a state of justice, democracy, freedom and equality, and we the Syrian Observatory pledge to continue to monitor and document the massacres, violations, war crimes and crimes against humanity committed against the Syrian people, in addition to the publication of statistics about them in order to stop the perpetration of these crimes, violations and atrocities against the Syrian people, and to refer the perpetrators of these violations to the concerned courts of the state, so as not to escape their punishment for the crimes they committed against the people who was and still dream of having a state of democracy, freedom, justice and equality for all components of the Syrian people.

High-resolution link for the infographic of the death toll within the Syrian territory in September 2019

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