The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

More than 20 deaths and wounded when shells targeted a neighborhood of Aleppo and the death of seven fighters in Gas Plant clashes

Aleppo Province:

Violent clashes took place between the rebel and Islamic factions against the “Islamic state” in the vicinity of the town of Herbel located south of Mare’ town in the northern countryside of Aleppo, after an attack carried out by the “Islamic State” on the area, and information on casualties in both sides, while a mortar shell landed on an area near a hospital in al-Zebdiyyeh neighborhood in Aleppo, also the regime forces targeted using a missile believed to ground-to-ground on area in Salah al-Dien neighborhood south of Aleppo, regime forces also shelled using mortar shells places in the neighborhoods of al-Aamriyyeh and al-Mashhad , while four people -including a child at least- died and more than 17 others injured after being hit by more than 10 shells launched by rebel battalions over areas in Hamdaniyyeh neighborhood controlled by regime forces in Aleppo, also warplanes believed to be for the international coalition carried out several airstrikes IS controlled areas in the village of Om Hosh in the northern countryside of Aleppo, no information about casualties yet, while seven fighters from the rebel and Islamic factions died due to injuries they had when the “Islamic State” bombed and targeted their vehicle and clashes with the organization in the gas plant area near Dodyan in the northern countryside of Aleppo, and confirmed information about casualties among members of the organization, also the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights received a copy of a statement stamped with the seal of the Central Sharia Court in Izaz announced a curfew in the city from 11 pm until 5 am, the statement said that the decision of curfew was made “in order to preserve the security of Muslims and because of the move of members of the Islamic state, and because of the security status of the northern countryside of Aleppo and to facilitate the work of security patrols in Izaz and its countryside”, and the court vowed the offenders to “judicial accountability”.