Monthly death toll | 129 civilians among 252 people killed in July 2022 • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Monthly death toll | 129 civilians among 252 people killed in July 2022

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights documented the death of 252 people in July 2022. The fatalities were distributed as follows:

 

Civilian death toll: 129 persons, including 35 children under the age of 18 and 13 women over the age of 18, and they were as follows:

 

• Two civilians died under torture in regime prisons.

• Three civilians were killed in an IED explosion.

• 20 civilians, including 14 children, were killed in explosions of old ordnance.

• 16 civilians were shot dead by unidentified persons

• 37 civilians, including nine children and two women, were killed in “honour killings”, family and factional rivalries, and indiscriminate gunfire.

• Nine civilians, including three children and two women, were killed in shelling and gunfire by regime forces.

• Five civilians, including two women, were killed by ISIS members.

• 13 civilians were killed in unknown circumstances.

• A child and a woman were killed by rebel and Islamist factions.

• A civilian was killed by SDF

• Four civilians were killed in Turkish bombardment.

• Seven civilians, including four children, were killed in Russian bombardment.

• One child died of poor health conditions.

• Nine civilians, including three children and three women, were murdered.

 

Non-civilian causality

• Regime forces: 56

 

• ISIS members: 9

 

• Syrian fighters of Islamic factions, rebel factions and other movements and organisations: 18

 

• Syrian members of Popular Committees, the National Defence Forces and regime-backed militias: 4

 

• Jihadists: 2

 

• Syria Democratic Forces (SDF) and affiliated military formations: 24

• Iranian-backed non-Syrian fighters: 5

• Lebanese Hezbollah-backed militiamen: 3

• Turkish soldiers: 2

We, at the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, call on the international community once again to work hard to stop the bloodshed in Syria. The people of Syria have been facing tyranny and oppression in their noble endeavour and cause to obtain justice, democracy, freedom and equality.

 

The Syrian Observatory renews its commitment to continue monitoring and documenting all the developments on the ground in Syria including, the massacres, violations, war crimes and crimes against humanity committed against the Syrian people, as well as publishing all relevant statistics and causalities of such heinous acts, and hope to help all the ongoing efforts of bringing the perpetrators to special international courts, so that they do not escape justice for the crimes they committed against the people of Syria.