المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

670 casualties including 242 children and women in 62 days of hysterical intense bombing on Aleppo city

Hysterical bombing is still continuing for the 61st consecutive day, targeting the neighborhoods of the city of Aleppo, since the 22nd of April 2016, which caused a great destruction in the property of citizens, public facilities and hospitals, injuring at least 3000 people, while it rose to 666 civilian citizens -including 134 child under the age of eighteen years, and 99 citizen women over the age of eighteen years- the number of people who managed the Syrian Observatory for human rights to document since the 22nd of April 2016 until 22nd the 12th of June 2016, they were killed in shelling by the regime forces and airstrikes targeting areas in the eastern neighborhoods of Aleppo city which are controlled by the factions, and also killed in shelling by the rebel and Islamic factions on regime forces’ controlled areas in the western neighborhoods of Aleppo city, and also by the bullets of the snipers and the shelling on areas in Sheikh Maqsood neighborhood in Aleppo

Among the total number of casualties which the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights was able to document, there are 323 casualties, including 50 children and 33 citizen woman, killed by tens of airstrikes carried out by warplanes on areas in the neighborhoods of Kallaseh, al-Maghayer, al-Ferdus, Al-Sakhur, al-Mowasalat, al-Marjeh, Bab al-Nairab, Tariq al-Bab, Ashrafieh, Bani Zaid, Ameriyah, Salah al-Dien, al-Zebdiyyeh, B’eidin, Bostan al-Qasr, al-Castelo road, al-Sakan al-Shababi, Ansari, al-Sekkary, al-Salhin, al-Mashhad and al-Haidariya and other parts of the city of Aleppo, also the bombing caused destruction of material and damaged tens of homes and property of citizens and buildings in the neighborhoods of which have been targeted, in addition to the injury of hundreds of citizens, including children, and citizen women.

While SOHR documented the death of 58 civilians, including 20 children and 6 women one of them is an old woman, they were killed in shelling by the regime forces on areas in the neighborhoods of Ameriyah, Aqyoul, al-Jazmati, Al-Sakhur, Bostan al-Qasr, al-Sekkary and al-Ferdus outside of regime forces’ controlled areas, besides the death of one of them by sniper fire in the neighborhood of al-Zebdiyyeh and the injury of tens of others.

Also the Syrian Observatory documented the death of 250 civilian citizens, including 55 children under the age of eighteen, and 54 citizen woman above the age of eighteen, they were killed in the fall of tens of shells and local-made rockets and explosive gas cylinders on places controlled by the regime forces in the neighborhoods of New Seryan, Old Seryan, Aziziyah, Teshreen Street, Andalus Street, al-Mohafaza, Menyan, Mogambo, Halab al-Jadidah, Ashrafieh, Seif al-Dawla, Khalidiya, Maysaloon bridge, Sulaymaniyah, al-Qasr al-Baladi, Shahba, al-Masharqa, Hamdania, al-Telefon al-Hawa’ei, Jamiliyyeh, al-

Midan, Al-Meridian, al-Martini, al-Iza’aa, Ramouseh, Saadallah al-Jabri Square, Jam’eyyat al-Zahra’a and several other areas controlled by the regime forces in Aleppo, in addition to injuring hundreds of people, including citizen women and children, and it also caused physical damage to the property of citizens.

While 23 civilians were killed, including 6 children and 3 women in shelling by the rebel and Islamic factions on areas in the neighborhood of Sheikh Maqsood, which has a Kurdish-majority and controlled by YPG in Aleppo.

And 5 men were killed by snipers on al-Castelo road and in al-Halk neighborhood in Aleppo and it outskirts, and crossed sources confirmed that the snipers of The Syrian Democratic Forces have opened fire on them and killed them.

And a lady and her child and the uncle of the child, as well as two citizen women and two children of one family were killed in an explosion of a mortars shells plant in a building at the neighborhood of al-Sekkary in Aleppo city.

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