After the death of 374 persons…Idlib's security chaos continues to grow within the province and its vicinity through assassinations, kidnappings, killing operations and clashes by using weapons between families in it • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

After the death of 374 persons…Idlib’s security chaos continues to grow within the province and its vicinity through assassinations, kidnappings, killing operations and clashes by using weapons between families in it

Idlib Province – The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: the security chaos is continuing to grow in Idlib province and the countryside around it, without anybody to control it, claiming the lives of more people through assassinations by IEDs, gunfire of unidentified gunmen, to fighting between families, where the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored collective fighting today afternoon, between 2 families developed to the using of firearms which resulted in the killing of 2 persons in Al-Dana town in the northern countryside of Idlib, after being hit by gunshots, also, a 30-year-old young man was found shot dead and his body was dumped in Idlib city in unknown circumstances so far, raising to 374 , the number of persons who were assassinated in Idlib countryside and both Aleppo and Hama countryside since the 26th of April 2018, they are the wife of an Uzbek commander and his son, in addition to 83 civilians including 13 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 248 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 41 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.

And the Syrian Observatory published yesterday, that security chaos is continuing in Idlib province and the countryside around it controlled by the rebel and Islamic factions, Hayyaat Tahrir Al-Sham and the “Jihadis”, which became the obsession of the residents and the displaced people who live in the area, where the Syrian Observatory monitored that unidentified gunmen on a motorcycle, shot a displaced person in Zardana town in the northern countryside of Idlib, which killed him instantly, and the Syrian Observatory published hours ago, that 4 persons at least were killed including 2 citizens one of them is an 8-year-old kid, as well as 2 fighters intersected sources confirmed that on of them is of an Asian nationality, also the death toll is expected to increase due to the presence of injured citizens and fighters who have been wounded seriously, amid information about others killed in the bombing, that was caused by an explosion in a car at al-Qosur neighborhood area within the area where Uzbek and Turkistani fighters as well as their houses and headquarters are located, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published on the 20th of October 2018, that unknown gunmen abducted a displaced man in Sarmin town east of Idlib city, where he was found dead this morning and his body was thrown south of the town. And in the north of Aleppo, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights documented yesterday, Friday the death of a child by random bullets due to an armed quarrel between two groups of the factions in Shmarekh camp in Azaz area in the northern countryside of Aleppo, the sources said that the exchange of gunfire took place between gunmen tried to steal vehicles from the camp and between gunmen from the area, where this armed fight left killed a boy who is no more than 9 years old of the displaced people of Tal Rifaat town, in a continuous failure by the factions to control the security of their areas.

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