Horrific crime | Girl plots with three young men to kill her father and steal his money in al-Qalamoun • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Horrific crime | Girl plots with three young men to kill her father and steal his money in al-Qalamoun

As crimes are escalating noticeably in regime-controlled areas, SOHR activists have reported a murder that took place in Hafeer al-Fuqa town in western al-Qalamoun in Rif Dimashq on September 23.

 

According to the sources, the police station in the town was informed that the body of a man known by his initials as M. D. was found with gunshot wounds and a break in the skull. After examining and checking the place of the crimes, the police suspected of the victim’s daughter known as R. D. During investigations, the girl acknowledged of killing her father with the help of three other adult men known by their initials as “M. M.”, “A. B.” and “A. M.”, after the girl agreement with the three men to loot the victim’s house and help her to escape from the house.

 

As agreed, the three men sneaked into the house of girl’s father and shot dead the him, but they were detected when several people came to rescue the father. The police managed to arrest the three men and confiscated a grenade in their position. The three men also acknowledged of committing several thefts previously.

 

On October 6, SOHR documented since the beginning of September until today death of 25 persons in different areas under control of the Syrian regime and with different methods. Some of those accidents happened due to family differences and others for unknown reasons.

 

The victims who included a child and a female can be categorized as the following: eight in Latakkia and Tardos, five in Reef Dimashq, three in al-Suwidaa and one in Aleppo and the accidents of murder have been documented as:

 

On Sept. 2, Amid security lax and chaos across Syria, no matter the controlling different forces are located, from far north to south passing through east and west, a body of a female young girl in her twenties has been found on Thursday morning. The body was dumped in a garbage bin in al-Kournish street in Sahnaya town in west Damascus after beheading her and cutting her hands by unknown people.

 

On Sept. 7, SOHR activists reported that amid the worsening living conditions in the regime-held areas, in August and early September nearly eight crimes with different reasons and places. In the industrial area in al-Ramousah neighborhood in Aleppo province, a body of a young man in his 30s who was hit on head, was found, while investigations of the regime security services revealed that the perpetrator was the victim’s friend and he hit him several times with a rock in collaboration with a third one to rob the victim’s mobile and 700 US dollars.

 

On Sept. 7, Amid escalating security chaos across Syria, a gang has killed young man, Mohamed Mowafiq al-Badawi, with nine shoots and dumped his body in water well in Gaabadeen neighborhood in Reef Dimashiq. It is worth noting that his uncle and another person have dragged the victim to Hawsh Arab in Reef Dimashq on pretext of buying car spare parts, and two perpetrators have agreed to kidnap the young man and detain him in the area until asking for 25 million Syrian Lire from his family.

 

But, when the uncle felt his plans were unveiled and the victim started to resist, they shoot him dead and threw the body in well in Gaabadeen neighborhood. The regime security forces arrested the victim’s uncle in Assal Ward neighborhood. It is worth noting that the boy was a lonely child.

 

On Sept. 14, SOHR activists have documented death of a man after sustained severe wounds several days ago in a shooting by unknown gunmen in front of his house in Tafs city located in the west part of Daraa countryside amid escalating chaos and security lax prevailing across Daraa province.

 

On Sept. 20, SOHR activists have reported that the dead body of a young man was found in al-Ghareia town in al-Suwaydaa countryside, after murderers stole the victim’s car which he works on as a taxi at night, and then the murderers fled to an unknown destination.

 

Residents found the body, dumped near al-Ferwan well in south of al-Ghareia town where the victim used to work as a guard of the well.

 

On Sept. 23, SOHR activists have reported that a man blew up a grenade near the gate of the “Justice Palace” in Tartus city. According to SOHR sources, a dispute erupted between a lawyer and the man who blew himself up with a grenade, which resulted in the death of the man and the lawyer. Meanwhile, security services have arrived in the site of the explosion and started investigation.

 

On Sept. 27, SOHR activists have reported that a girl from “Shukry” family was found dead and her body was split into two parties near irrigation ditch in al-Rastan city in the northern countryside of Homs.

 

According to SOHR sources, unidentified persons had kidnapped the girl over a month ago, after they killed her brother for unknown reasons.

 

On Sept. 27, With rise of crimes rates in the areas under control of the Syrian regime in the past few months, a young male from Haraf al-Mosytrah neighborhood has shot dead his brother and his sister-in-law then he committed suicide an hour later at sight of the crowds and members of the security forces, but reasons behind the crime remained unknown.

 

On Sept. 28, SOHR activists have reported that a man has deliberately on Tuesday morning threw a grenade on a house of his wife family in the neighborhood of Aysah River in the Syrian Capital in Damascus over differences between him and his wife.

 

The attack killed his wife and wounded her brother and mother as well as other people were at presence.

 

Following the accident, the man attempted to commit suicide amid escalating crime rate in the regime-controlled areas as this is the third crime in a week.

 

Similarly on 29 September, a young man killed, after being shot at abdomen near the mosque of al- Kholfaa al-Rashideen in al-Daator neighbourhood in Latakia city, while three other people were injured by indiscriminate gunfire by the attackers.

 

On the other hand, a man threw a grenade on his wife and sons in Ain al-Jash village in Tartus province, after a family dispute. The explosion resulted in serious injuries to the man’s son and daughter who were in their thirties.

 

While in Rif Dimashq a man shot his wife dead with his military gun over a dispute between them, as the wife refused to escort the man’s mother to a wedding party.

 

Oct. 2, SOHR sources have reported that three gunmen in a car opened fire on a man near al-Da’tour junction in Latakia city on the Syrian coastline. The civilian sustained serious injuries and was taken to the university hospital of Teshreen, before he died of his wounds.

 

A few hours ago, SOHR activists documented a new murder in Babilla area in southern Rif Dimashq. According to SOHR sources, a man shot his wife dead with his rifle, after she refused to go with his mother to a wedding party. The man was arrested by regime security services.

 

On Oct. 3, As the security situation is deteriorating in regime-controlled areas, SOHR sources have reported exchange of fire between two groups of gunmen in Jisr Hadidah in the western countryside of Homs in the early hours of Sunday morning, which left two people dead and four others injured. However, no further details have been reported on the identities of the gunmen or the reasons behind the clashes.

 

SOHR activists have reported that inhabitants of Demsarkho neighborhood in Lattakia have found body of a child who was shot dead in the agricultural farms around the neighborhood, without further reports.

 

On Oct. 4, SOHR activists have reported a new assassination in in Daraa province, as unknown gunmen opened fire on a microbus driver in al-Muzayrib area in the western countryside of Daraa.

 

On October 5, as security situation is deteriorating in areas under the control of the Syrian regime, SOHR activists have reported that a young man was found dead with gunshot wounds at head in his car, yesterday evening, on the road to Qanawat in al-Suwaidaa city in south Syria region. The young man’s body was taken to al-Suwaidaa national hospital. However, the circumstances and reasons behind this murder remained unknown.

 

SOHR activists have documented the death of a young man from al-Bokamal city in Deir Ezzor countryside, affected by the injury he had in clashes in al-bab city centre between gunmen from al-Bab city and others from al-Bokamal city in Deir Ezzor countryside.

 

A few hours ago, SOHR sources reported that calashes erupted between gunmen from al-Bab city and others from Deir Ezzor province in al-Bab city which is under the control of Turkish forces and the factions of the National Army. Al-Bab city centre experienced closure of shops due to the heavy gunfire which left many people injured.

 

This armed fight coincided with the escalating security chaos in areas under the control of Turkish forces and their proxy factions.

 

SOHR sources have reported that calashes erupted between gunmen from al-Bab city and others from Deir Ezzor province in al-Bab city which is under the control of Turkish forces and the factions of the National Army. Al-Bab city centre has experienced closure of shops due to the heavy gunfire which left many people injured.

 

This armed fight coincided with the escalating security chaos in areas under the control of Turkish forces and their proxy factions.

 

Today, As the security situation is deteriorating throughout Syria, SOHR activists have reported that unknown individuals kidnapped a lawyer who is also a member of the bar association in al-Suwaidaa three days ago. According to SOHR activists, the lawyer’s relatives received a picture of the lawyer sent by the kidnappers on whatsapp, as he was in a bad health condition. Meanwhile, the kidnappers asked for a ransom of an estimated 100,000 USD in return for releasing the lawyer.

 

SOHR has documented the aforementioned accidents and crimes that took place against the civilians in the areas under control of the regime forces since the beginning of September till today.

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