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About 475 thousand persons were killed in 76 months of the Syrian revolution and more than 14 million were wounded and displaced

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has documented the deaths of 331765  persons on the Syrian territory since the start of the Syrian revolution on the 15th of March 2011 until the 15th of July 2017, and the casualties were distributed as follows:

Civilian casualties:

99671 Syrians including 18243 children under the age of eighteen and 11427 citizen woman over the age of eighteen.

Syrian fighters in the ranks of the rebel and Islamic factions and the Syria Democratic Forces and other factions, movements and organizations: 54253

Defected of the regime forces: 2608

Number of persons who were killed by Bashar al-Assad’s regime forces: 61808

Fighters of NDF and gunmen loyal to the Syrian regime: 46447

Fighters of the Islamic factions, Fateh al-Sham Front “Nusra Front formerly”, the “Islamic State” organization, the Islamic Turkestan Party, Jund al-Aqsa organization, Jund al-Sham, al-Khadra’a Battalion, Jund al-Sham al-Shishan, and Islamic movements of Arab and North African nationalities: 58446

Fighters of the Lebanese Hezbollah: 1480

Gunmen of non-Syrian nationalities loyal to the regime forces of the Shiite community: 7039

Unidentified documented by pictures and videos: 67

The total number of civilian casualties is 99617; and it is distributed below according to party that caused the death:

By raids of Bashar al-Assad’s regime warplanes and helicopter 23664 civilian casualties, and they are: 15164 men, 5179 children under the age of eighteen and 3321 citizen women over the age of eighteen.

By Russian rocket and air strikes 5248, they are 3219 men and a young men, 1289 children under the age of eighteen and 740 citizen women over the age of eighteen.

By bombing by warplanes of the International Coalition 1903 Syrian civilians, they are 1167 men, 418 children under the age of eighteen and 318 citizen women over the age of eighteen.

By bombing and shelling by the Turkish forces and warplanes 540 civilian casualties, they are 323 men and young men, 131 children under the age of eighteen and 86 citizen women over the age of eighteen.

By Bashar al-Assad’s regime forces and the gunmen loyal to them of Syrian and non-Syrian nationalities 41654 civilian casualties, they are 26059 men and young men, 9651 children under the age of eighteen and 5944 citizen women over the age of eighteen.

Casualties in detention centers and prisons of the regime 14696 civilian casualties, they 14521 men and young men, and 118 children under the age of eighteen, and 57 citizen woman over the age of eighteen.

By the opposition factions 7323 civilian casualties, they are 5564 men, 1088 children under the age of eighteen and 671 citizen women over the age of eighteen.

By the “Islamic State” organization 4317 civilian casualties, they are 3735 men, 318 children under the age of eighteen and 264 citizen women over the age of eighteen.

By the Turkish border guards 272 civilian casualties, they are 195 men and young men, 51 children under the age of eighteen and 26 citizen women over the age of eighteen.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights indicates that this statistic does not include the 45000 citizens who were killed under torture in the detention centers and prisons of Bashar al-Assad’s regime, and the observatory got the information about their death during the period of their detention.

It also doesn’t include the fate of more than 5200 abducted civilians and fighters in the prisons the “Islamic State” organization, in addition to that, it does not include also the fate of more than 4700 prisoners and missing of the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them, and more than 2000 kidnapped by the rebel and Islamic factions, the “Islamic State” organization and Fateh al-Sham Front (Jabhat Al-Nusra earlier) on charges of the loyalty to the regime.

Also the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights estimates the real number of who were killed to be about 85 thousand persons more than the numbers that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights was able to document, because of the extreme secrecy on the number of casualties by the fighting parties, and due to presence of information about civilians casualties the Observatory was unable to document their death, because of the difficulty of reaching some remote areas in Syria.

Also the continued military operations, shelling and explosions have injured more than 2 million Syrian citizens with different injuries and permanent disabilities, while about 12 million other citizens including hundreds of thousands of children and hundreds of thousands of citizen women were displaced between the refuge and the displacement areas, also the infrastructure, hospitals, schools, and private and public property have been destroyed greatly.