The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Regime attacks | Forces renew rocket fire on towns and villages in Jabal al-Zawiya and Sahl al-Ghab

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has monitored, this morning, a rocket attack by regime forces on areas in Al-Frika in western Idlib countryside, Al-Bara and other areas within Jabal al-Zawiya south of Idlib, in addition to Qastoun and al-Ziyara in Sahl al-Ghab, northwest of Hama. No casualties have been reported so far. This comes in response to the ongoing shelling by factions.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has just monitored intensive shelling by the “National Liberation Front” factions, including al-Sham Corps, since yesterday evening until the present, targeting regime-controlled areas in the area of “Putin-Erdogan”.

Rebels have also targeted with hundreds of rocket-propelled grenades and artillery Hazarin, Malajeh, Termala, al-Dar al-Kabira, Kafranbel, Hantotin, Massaran in southern Idlib, Saraqeb, Khan al-Sabil, Dadikh, Jobas and Kafrbatikh, east of Idlib, as well as Hakura, Tanjara and Jourin in western countryside of Hama, and other areas in the Latakia mountains and western Aleppo countryside, amid confirmed reports of casualties.

This comes in response to the massacre committed by Russian jets, which targeted a camp of al-Sham Corps, north-west of Idlib, which left dozens of casualties.

Yesterday, SOHR sources documented a spike in the death toll of the Russian airstrikes, which targeted a camp belonging to the Ankara-backed al-Sham Corps in the area of Jabal al-Dawila in Harem, northwest of Idlib.

As many of the wounded have died and the discovery of more bodies, while rescue teams continue to search for the missing and transport the wounded. The number of fighters who have been killed so far has risen to 78.

The death toll is expected to rise as more than 90 injured, some in serious condition, while many others remained missing under the rubble, amid reports of further fatalities.

It is worth nothing that the targeted camp was home to more than 180 people, including fighters, trainers and administrative officials of al-Sham Corps.