المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

The regime force send reinforcements to the northern sector of Hama countryside in the wake of renewed shelling which raised to about 2100, the number of shells which targeted it in 38 days

Hama Province – The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored a number of military vehicles of the regime forces including tens of members aboard, heading towards the northern countryside of Hama, in conjunction with renewing the shelling by the regime forces on areas in the northern sector of Hama countryside, where the shelling targeted areas in Al-Lataminah town, and the lands around it, which caused material damage, without information about casualties, raising to about 2100, the number of artillery and rocket shells that were launched by the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them to, targeting areas in the northern, northeastern, and northwestern countryside of Hama during the last 38 days, where the rocket and artillery shelling targeted the villages and towns of the northern countryside of Hama such as al-Lataminah, Kafr Zita, Hasraya, Zakat, al-Janabera “al-Bana”, M’aarkbeh, al-Sayyad, Tal Osman, Hawash, and several other areas in this countryside.

Also it is noteworthy that these shelling -which was monitored by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights- caused several casualties and wounded in the areas were the shells fell, also the intense shelling which varied between today and the other caused more destruction in the above-mentioned villages and towns, which had previously witnessed similar and more violent shelling, which caused considerable destruction and serious material damage to the citizens’ property, infrastructure, public, and private facilities, as well as hundreds of casualties and wounded, where the shelling increases when violent clashes or major attacks erupt between the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them of Syrian and non-Syrian nationalities against the rebel and Islamic factions.

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