The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Including five women | 25 murders within regime-held areas leave 26 people dead during February

The state of security chaos continues, amid the inability of the security services of the regime forces to put an end to the increasing crime rate within regime-held areas, and a complete absence of accountability and the role of the law in deterring these crimes that is resulted of the spread of weapons among civilians and for various motivations, including revenge and theft, due to the deteriorating living conditions, the collapse of the economy and unknown causes and motives. The state of security chaos has given way to these crimes to increase markedly day after day.
The Syrian Observatory has documented 25 murders that left 26 fatalities; five women and 21 men. They are distributed as follows:
Daraa: Eight murder crimes left eight people, including two women dead.

Al-Suwaidaa: One murder crimes left a civilian dead

Rif Dimashq: Six murder crimes left seven people, including two women dead.

Homs: Three murder crimes left three people dead.

Deir Ezzor: Three murder crimes left three people dead.

Damascus: One murder crimes left a civilian dead.

Lattakia: One murder crimes left a woman dead.

Tartous: Two murder crimes left a man and a young man dead.

The Syrian Observatory has documented 54 murders in regime-controlled areas since the bingeing of 2024, where domestic violence and armed robberies were behind some of these murders, while motives behind the others remained unknown. These murder crimes left 56 fatalities, including ten women, 43 men and three children. The fatalities are distributed regionally as follows:
Daraa: 16 murder crimes left 11 men, including four women and a child dead.

Al-Suwaidaa: Five murder crimes left three men, a woman and a child dead

Rif Dimashq: Ten murder crimes left seven men, three women and a child dead.

Homs: Six murder crimes left six civilians dead.

Hama: Three murder crimes left three civilians dead.

Al-Hasakah: Two murder crimes left two civilians dead.

Deir Ezzor: Six murder crimes left six men dead.

Damascus: Two murder crimes left a woman and a man dead.

Lattakia: Two murder crimes left two men and a woman dead.

Tartous: Two murder crimes left two men dead