The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Number of strikes increases to 24 in less than week | Russian airstrikes target military headquarters of factions in Idlib

Today, a Russian warplane carried out three airstrikes targeting the military headquarters of HTS and Ansar Al-Tawheed in Mashoun village in Jabal Al-Zawiyah, south of Idlib. No causalities were reported.
During the past 48 hours, Russian warplanes targeted, with 16 airstrikes, a quarry in the White River area, the vicinity of a military headquarters near Al-Shughr village in Jisr Al-Shughour countryside, military headquarters of HTS in Harsh Ain Shib in Idlib countryside and Tilal Kabanah in Latakia countryside, without resulting any casualties.
Accordingly, the number of Russian airstrikes since the beginning of November, has increased to 24:
– Four strikes on November 1: Two on Safouhen in Idlib and two on Al-Haloubah in Sahil Al-Ghab.
– Two strikes on November 2: On Al-Sarmaniyah and Dweir Al-Akrad.
– Two strikes on November 3: One on Al-Haloubah and the second on Jabal Al-Arbaeen.
– Five strikes on November 4: Two strikes on Harsh Ain Shib and three on the White River in Jisr Al-Shughour.
– Eight strikes on November 5: Five on the White River and three on Tilal Al-Kabanah.
– Three strikes on November 6: On the vicinity of Mashoun in Jabal Al-Zawiyah.
It is noted that a day after the bloody attack on the military academy in Homs on October 5, Russian aerial operations on the “de-escalation zone” have been escalated to unprecedented level in 2023, where Russian fighter jets executed 151 airstrikes on over 30 residential and military sites across “Putin-Erdogan” area.
Those airstrikes left nine civilian fatalities: three children, four women and two men, and injured 35 others.
Among the total death toll, six civilians: a woman and her two children, two other women and an unidentified man, were killed in a massacre committed by Russian fighter jets on October 24