SOHR activists have reported finding the body of an unidentified person at Kafria-Idlib road in Idlib countryside. The corpse has been transferred to one of the hospitals in the region, but the conditions and nature of his murder have remained unknown.
Earlier in the day, SOHR activists have reported death of two young men from one family and wounding of another two after they were targeted by unknown gunmen in “al-Saha al-tahtanyah” in Idlib city that is under control of HTS and its factions.
Syrian Observatory activists in these areas have documented the death of 56 persons since the beginning of 2021 by bombings, shooting or kidnapping and then getting rid of much of the bodies in remote areas in Idlib and the surrounding villages or in Aleppo, Hama and Latakia.
According to the SOHR statistics, the fatalities were categorized as follows: 27 civilians, including three females, 25 Syrian fighters affiliated to HTS, Islamic and rebel factions, four from jihadist groups of non-Syrian nationals. Dozens others have been wounded in these attacks.
As more fatalities were documented, the number of people who have been killed in the countryside of Idlib, Aleppo, Hama, and Latakia since April 26, 2018, the start date of the security chaos to be escalated in these provinces, rose to 784. They were assassinated by bomb attacks, IED detonations, gunfire, abductions and then killing and throwing the bodies in remote areas. The fatalities were distributed as follows:
• A fighter in Turkistan Islamic Party
• The wife of an Uzbek commander and another child was with her
• The attorney-general of the Ministry of Justice of the Salvation Government
• 247 civilians, including 24 children and 24 women
• 452 fighters of Syrian nationality belong to Hayyaat Tahrir al-Sham, al-Sham Corps, the Islamic Movement of Ahrar al-Sham, Jaysh al-Izza, and other factions operating in Idlib
• 83 fighters of Somali, Uzbek, Asian, Gulf, Jordanian, Turkish and Caucasian nationalities.
Meanwhile, the assassination attempts have injured tens of people with varying severity.