SOHR sources have documented further fatalities in a massacre carried out by regime forces in Sahl Al-Ghab, north-west of Hama. The death toll has risen to five civilians, as a result of a guided missile attack by regime forces on agricultural tractor carrying farmers in the village of Al-Zaqoum in the Sahl Al-Ghab. The missile was fired from regime forces’ positions in the village of Tanjara in the same area.
It is worth nothing that the victims hail from the village of Al-Laj in rural Idlib.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has just monitored a spike in the death toll of civilians, following an attack with a guided missile on a tractor and an agricultural vehicle in the village of Al-Zaqum in north-western countryside of Hama, fired by regime forces stationed in Tanjarra in Sahl Al-Ghab. The death toll has risen to four civilians, including two people from one family.
According to Syrian Observatory sources, the victims hail from the village of Al-Laj in rural Idlib and went to plough agricultural land there.
SOHR sources said earlier this morning that regime forces targeted agricultural tractor and agricultural vehicle with a guided missile in the village of Al-Zaqum in Sahl Al-Ghab, north-west of Hama, killing two people and injuring another. The bodies were charred.
On the other hand, opposition factions and regime forces exchange of fire on frontlines in Jabal al-Zawiya. While regime forces shelled places in Jabal Al-Turkman in northern countryside of Latakia, and al-Ziyarat and Qastoun in Sahl Al-Ghab in north-west Hama countryside.