New crime in regime-held areas | Elderly man found dead in Tartus countryside • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

New crime in regime-held areas | Elderly man found dead in Tartus countryside

SOHR activists reported that a new crime has been committed in areas controlled by regime, as a 52-year-old elderly man has been found dead on the roof of his house in Khirbet Al-Akrad village in Tartus countryside. The man has been severely beaten, causing brain damage and death.


The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) has documented the death of 13 people, including five children and a woman, in March 2022 incidents of domestic violence, murders and suicides; and they are as follows:


  • Four people, including a child, in Al-Suwaidaa


  • Five persons, including a woman and little boy and a little girl, in Rif Dimashq.


  • A boy in Deir Ezzor.


  • A young man was shot dead by his brother, and two children were killed by burglars in Daraa.


The Syrian Observatory has documented 42 murders in regime-controlled areas since early 2022, where domestic violence and armed robbery were behind some of these murders, while the motivations behind the others remained unknown. These murders left 13 children, six women, and 23 men dead. The fatalities are distributed regionally as follows:


  • A young lady and two men in Damascus.


  • Two little boys, two little girls, an old man, a woman and three men in Rif Dimashq.


  • Two men and two women in Tartus.


  • Three men, a baby, and a lady in Hama.


  • A young woman, a little girl, an infant, a child and seven young men in Al-Suwaidaa.


  • A man and a young man in Deir Ezzor.


  • A baby and a man in Aleppo.


  • A man and three children in Daraa.


  • A little girl in Homs.
You might also like

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More