148 civilian casualties including 67 children and citizen women among the 530 people killed in 23 days in cessation-of-hostilities areas • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

148 civilian casualties including 67 children and citizen women among the 530 people killed in 23 days in cessation-of-hostilities areas

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights was able to document the death of 530 people during the first 23 days of the ceasefire in Syria, in the places which is considered as truce areas, since the 27th of February 2016 and until the 21st of March 2016, and among the total human losses are 103 fighters from the rebel and Islamic Factions Killed in shelling by the regime and in the aerial bombardment and in the clashes against the regime forces and the militiamen loyal to them, also 148 civilian citizens were killed, including 34 children under the age of eighteen, and 33 citizen woman over the age of 18, including 2 children and 4 citizen woman and 27 men were killed by snipers, and 14 children and 8 citizen woman and 8 men were killed when shells launched by Jabhat al-Nusra and the factions on Sheikh Maqsood neighborhood at Aleppo and on other places in in the cities and towns of Syria, and 7 children and 14 citizen women and 24 men were killed in the bombing of warplane on the countryside of Damascus, Idlib and Aleppo and other areas, and 8 children and 7 citizen women and 18 men were killed in the shelling by the regime forces on areas in Rif Dimashq, Homs, Idlib, Latakia and other areas in Syria, and 149 members from the regime forces and NDF, and 31 fighters from Asayish, YPG and SDF, and 25 fighters from the Islamic factions and Jabhat al-Nusra and Caucasians fighters, and 74 fighters from al-Nusra and the Islamic Turkestan party.

 

While the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights documented the death of 149 members from the regime forces and the NDF loyal to them during the first 22 days of the ceasefire, they were killed in the northern countryside of Latakia, in the southern countryside of Hama and in the eastern Ghouta.

 

Also in the northern countryside of Latakia 74 fighters from the Islamic Turkestan Party and Jabhat Al-Nusra (al-Qaeda in Levant) were killed.

 

Also 31 YPG and SDF fighters, and 25 fighters from the Islamic factions, Jabhat Al-Nusra (al-Qaeda in Levant) and Caucasians fighters were killed in clashes between both parties in the vicinity of Sheikh Maqsood neighborhood in Aleppo.

 

Also the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights documented the death of 1279 people during the first 23 days of the ceasefire in Syria, in the areas which are not covered by the truce, where the “Islamic state” exists or in contact with these areas in the provinces of Al-Raqqah, Aleppo, Al –Hasakah, Deir Ezzor, Damascus, Rif Dimashq and the countryside of Hama and Homs and other areas, since the 27th of February until the 21st of March 2016, and among the total casualties are 33 fighters from Jabhat Thowwar Syria and 83 fighters from the Islamist factions including 43 non-Syrian fighters, and 178 civilian citizens including 39 children under the age of 18, and 37 citizen women over the age of 18, and 38 people executed by the “Islamic state” and Islamic factions and other factions including 2 children, and 307 members from the regime forces and NDF, and 93 fighters from the Syrian Democratic Forces, and 493 members from the “Islamic State” organization, and 43 citizens including 9 children died affected by injuries they had before the start of the truce, and 11 person were killed by the gunfire of the Turkish Border Guard.

 

Also the Observatory documented the death of 10 citizens, they are the 6 children from the city of Douma in Damascus died due to poor health conditions and the lack of necessary treatment and medication, and a child and 2 men from the town of Madaya and the city of Darayya they died also due to poor health conditions and the lack of necessary treatment and medication.

 

Syrian Observatory for Human Rights documented the execution of 9 people, they are: 2 men executed by the Courthouse in Horan in the countryside of Daraa on charges of “Killing and robbery in exchange for money”, and a man was executed by Nusra Front on charges of “belonging to the Islamic state” in the northern countryside of Homs, and 2 men executed by an Islamic faction in Kafr Takharim in the northwestern countryside of Idlib on charges of “cooperating with the regime, and providing the coordinates of headquarters, and planting improvised explosive devices”, and 4 people executed by the Courthouse in Homs and Jabhat Al-Nusra (al-Qaeda in Levant) on charge of “involving in killing and spreading the ideas of the “Islamic State” “

 

Also SOHR documented the death of a man inside Asayish prisons, and activists from the area and relatives of the victim accused Asayish force of killing him under torture

 

The Observatory also documented the execution of 28 people by the “Islamic State”, they are a brother of an opposition figure from Deir Ezzor, he was executed by the organization in the town of Tal Abyad in the northern countryside of Al-Raqqah, and 15 people including a citizen woman and two children were executed by the organization in the town of Hammam al-Turkmans south of Tal Abyad, and a man from al-Mayadin executed by the organization in Gharanij in Deir Ezzor, and a man killed in the countryside of Al-Raqqah where local sources accused the “Islamic State” of executing him, and 2 were executed by organization in the countryside of Deir Ezzor, and 2 persons (a poet and his son) executed on charge of “apostasy” in the countryside of Deir Ezzor, and 6 people were executed in Menbej city on charge of “apostasy”

 

Also 140 members at least from the “Islamic State” were killed during their attack on the city of Tal Abyad and its countryside and on the area connecting Mabrouka with Ras al-Ayn (Sri Kaneh) and the outskirts of Ayn Isa in the northwest countryside of Al-Raqqah during the first three days of the Truce, where they were killed in clashes against the Syrian Democratic Forces and in the bombing by the warplanes of the International Coalition, also 20 members were killed during clashes against the Syrian Democratic Forces and the Islamic factions in the countryside of Aleppo and Al-Hasakah and in the south of the capital Damascus.

 

47 fighters from The Syrian Democratic Forces were also killed during an attack by the “Islamic State” on the city of Tal Abyad and its countryside and on the area connecting Mabrouka in the countryside of Ras al-Ayn (Sri Kaneh) and the outskirts of Ayn Isa in the northwestern countryside of Al-Raqqah, and 46 members from The Syrian Democratic Forces were killed during the shelling and clashes against the “Islamic state” in the countryside of Aleppo and Hasaka, and about 20 one of them their bodies were hanged by the “Islamic State” in its controlled areas.

 

also 308 members from the “Islamic State” were killed during the bombing and raids by the warplanes and the clashes against the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them in the countryside of Homs, Hama and Aleppo, 58 members of them were killed on the road between Aleppo – Khanasser – Athrayya in the southern eastern countryside of Aleppo within The first three days of the truce, and 43 non-Syrian fighters from the rebel and Islamic factions were killed in clashes against the regime forces in the countryside of Latakia and Aleppo.

 

Also 307 members from the regime forces, Hezbollah and fighters from Syrian, Arab and Asian nationalities were killed during clashes against the “Islamic state” on the road between Aleppo – Khanasser – Athrayya in the southeastern countryside of Aleppo during the first three days of the truce and in the countryside of Hama, Homs and Deir Ezzor, including 33 in the southern eastern countryside of Aleppo only.

 

Also 40 fighters from the Islamic factions were killed, 6 of them were killed during the shelling and clashes against the “Islamic state” in al-Dumayr city east of the capital Damascus and the rest were killed in clashes and bombing elsewhere.

 

Also 43 civilians including 9 children died affected by injuries they had before the start of the truce in the bombardment by warplanes and the shelling by the regime forces and the fall of shells, and other circumstances in several areas of Syria.

 

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights also documented the death of 11 persons, 7 of them are still unidentified, all of them were killed by gunfire of the Turkish Border Guards when they were crossing from the provinces of Latakia and Idlib to Turkey.