The continuous security chaos in Idlib leads to more bombings and assassination attempts after killing and injuring hundreds of Syrian and non-Syrian civilians and fighters • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

The continuous security chaos in Idlib leads to more bombings and assassination attempts after killing and injuring hundreds of Syrian and non-Syrian civilians and fighters

Idlib Province, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: continued security chaos, assassinations, assassination attempts, and making chaos and expanding it, all of which Idlib Province continues to witness as well as other areas in its vicinity, where the Syrian Observatory for Human Right monitored an explosion of the morning of today Tuesday, the 4th of September 2018, in Jisr al-Shughur city and its outskirts, it turned out to be caused by an explosion of an IED, at the junction of Bashlamoun village on the outskirts of Jisr al-Shughur city in the western countryside of Idlib, which injured 2 people.

And with the ongoing assassinations and the assassinations attempts which target citizens and Syrian and non-Syrian fighters and commander, the number of casualties increased, where the SOHR has documented since the 26th of April 2018, the death of 294 persons who were assassinated in Idlib countryside and both Aleppo and Hama countryside, they are the wife of an Uzbek commander and his son, in addition to 57 civilians including 9 children and 6 women, of who were assassinated through bomb explosions, IED detonations, shooting, abduction, murder and then throwing the bodies in remote areas, and 205 fighters of Syrian nationality belong to Hayyaat Tahrir al-Sham, al-Sham Corps, the Islamic Movement of Ahrar al-Sham, Jaysh al-Izza, and other factions operating in Idlib, and 30 fighters of Somali, Uzbek, Asian, Gulf, Jordanian and Caucasian nationalities have been assassinated in the same ways, also the assassination attempts have injured tens of people with varying severity, while the factions stepped up their raids and operations against sleeper cells they accused of belonging to the “Islamic State” organization.