المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

After the Turkish column passed through it, the regime forces target by more than 100 rocket and artillery shells al-Tamanah town south of Idlib

The regime forces continue the intensive shelling on al-Tamanah town in the southern countryside of Idlib countryside, where more than hundred shells targeted the town but no information about casualties yet, also the regime forces renewed the shelling and targeted areas in al-Hwaiz village in Sahl al-Ghab, al-Lataminah town in the northern countryside of Hama, in addition to shelling targeted al-al-Khwyn area southeast of Idlib, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published hours ago that the Syrian Observatory for Human rights monitored intensive shelling by the regime forces targeted al-Tamanah town in the southern countryside of Idlib, where the town was targeted by more than 33 shells until now, also places in Hayyan, Kafr Hamra north of Aleppo, and al-Khwyn, al-Zarzour, al-Ferja, and Tal al-Shieh villages in the southeastern countryside of Idlib, and al-Sakhr village in the northern countryside of Hama; were under artillery shelling by the regime forces, also the jihadi organization of “Ansar al-Tawhid” targeted by more than 15 missile shells positions of the regime forces in the checkpoints of Tallat al-Kherbeh, al-Masasneh, and al-Madajen in the northern countryside of Hama, following an infiltration operation dawn on Monday carried out by 3 suicide bombers, who killed at least 6 members of the regime forces, while the Observatory documented the death of a child in al-Neirab town affected by injuries he had in shelling by the regime forces that targeted the village yesterday, raising the death toll to 574, the number of people who were killed since Erdogan – Putin agreement, they are: 289 civilians including 98 children and 59 women, were killed in shelling by the regime forces and the militiamen loyal to them, targeting, and bombardment by warplanes, and among them there are 19 people including 4 children were killed in the fall of shells launched by the factions, and 123 fighters were killed in deferent circumstances within the demilitarized area since Putin – Erdogan agreement, including 40 of the “Jihadi” fighters and 23 fighters of Jaysh al-Izza, who were killed in ambushes and clashes including a commander at least, they were killed in ambushes and attack by the regime forces in the northern countryside of Hama, and 161 members of the regime forces and the militiamen loyal to them.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published this morning that areas of the Russian – Turkish truce in the 4 provinces are witnessing the continuation of violations in various areas, where the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored rocket shelling operations carried out by the regime forces targeting places in al-Lataminah, Morek, al-Bwayda, Lahaya, and M’aarkbeh in the northern countryside of Hama, also they shelled after midnight of yesterday areas in al-Hwaiz and Qal’aat al-Madiq in the northwestern countryside of Hama, and other areas in al-Lataminah town at the northern countryside of Hama within the demilitarized area, and Zammar town in the southern countryside of Aleppo, while areas in al-Khwyn town and the villages of al-Zarzour and Om al-Khalakhil in the southeastern countryside of Idlib were under rocket shelling by the regime forces, but no information about casualties, while these heavy escalations come of ground shelling since yesterday evening and the aerial bombardment in the midnight of yesterday; come after a statement by Jaysh al-Izza commander in the area, where he said: “we are lions in war we fear nothing, for the sake of ALLAH we live and die, every Russian member enters the liberated -area- is our target, and everyone who cooperates with them will meet the same fate”, and after the announcement; the headquarters of the faction in al-Sayyad village north of Hama was targeted, in addition to the ground shelling on villages of Hama countryside in general after this declaration.

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