The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

The International Coalition kills 33 persons including 30 children and citizen women through heavy targeting operations to 2 towns in ISIS last enclave east of the Euphrates

Deir Ezzor Province – The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights obtained information from a number of reliable sources, which confirmed to the SOHR that 33 persons at least were killed in 2 rounds of bombardment carried out by the International Coalition’s warplanes on the last enclave controlled by the “Islamic State” organization, at the eastern banks of the Euphrates River, where 26 persons of the families of the organization were killed most of whom are Iraqis, including 14 children and 9 citizen women, in the airstrikes which was carried out today, Friday the 9th of November 2018, while the SOHR monitored the death of 7 citizens (3 children and 4 citizen women), and they are also of the families of the organization of Iraqi nationality, who were killed as a result of bombardment which targeted Hajin and Al-Sha’afah, and the number of casualties may increase because of the presence of serious injuries.

And with the fall of more human losses, it rose to 115, the number of people killed by the international coalition warplanes since the 10th of September 2018, in strikes by the International Coalition on two mosques and a Koranic institute in al-Susah town within the ISIS-enclave in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor, and the majority of them are of Iraqi nationality including families of ISIS members, and in strikes targeted a house in al-Bobadran village and in raids on Hajin, Al-Sha’afah and other areas of the last enclave of ISIS east of the Euphrates, in addition to 2 children who were killed in shelling by SDF on the ISIS enclave.

And the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published on the 3rd of November 2018, that it documented the killing of 14 civilians by warplanes, including 5 children under the age of eighteen and 5 women, and the death toll is expected to rise because there are some people in critical situation, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitoring the killing of 9 members of the “Islamic State” organization in bombing by International Coalition warplanes on other areas of the same enclave.