Ongoing violence | Turkish forces and factions target regime positions in Idlib and Aleppo, while rebel killed in shelling on Aleppo countryside
SOHR activists have documented the death of a member of Omar Ibn Al-Khattab Brigade on the frontline of Kafr Taal due to rocket fire by regime forces on the frontlines of west Aleppo countryside.
On the other hand, Opposition factions shelled, with heavy artillery, regime forces’ gatherings on the frontlines in Meznaz and Kafr Halap in the western countryside of Aleppo.
Meanwhile, opposition factions targeted, with artillery, regime forces’ gatherings and bulwarks on the frontlines of Jabl al-Zawiya in southern Idlib, while Turkish forces attacked a regime vehicle on Kafr Nebl frontline, causing its damage.
Earlier today, SOHR activists documented a spike in the number of deaths caused by a rocket attack by regime forces to seven persons. The attack has targeted a police station on Ahsam city in Jabl al-Zawiyah southern Idlib, and the fatalities are two civilians a policeman, a member of HTS, and three from the National Movement factions including a leader.
According to SOHR activists, members of the National Movement were on the site over some disputes.
Accordingly, the number of deaths today in the southern Idlib countryside rise to nine, two females in al-Barah and seven in Ahsam. The number of deaths is expected to rise because there are 13 wounded in Ahsam and al-Barah, some are serious.
In the early morning, Syrian forces continue escalations on the “de-escalation zone” especially in the southern part of Idlib countryside. SOHR activists documented more than rocket and artillery fire by the regime forces in the early hours of Monday till the moment on areas of Moshoun, al-Barah, Ahsom, Banien, Fulifil, al-Futirah, Kansafarh, Safhoun, al-Mouzrah, Kafr Aweed and other areas southern Idlib which caused casualties.
In al-Barah the regime forces killed at least two and other wounded, while in Ahsom a police station was directly attacked and three civilians were killed with information about more.
SOHR activists added that the regime forces have attacked the same areas more than once which makes the work of transferring the wounded by ambulances very difficult.