Despite the truce, warplanes of al-Assad’s regime kill 72 civilians at least in month of airstrikes on Syrian areas
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights documented more than 2346 raids and barrel bombs at least, carried out by Bashar al-Assad’s regime warplanes and helicopter in many Syrian provinces since the 20th of May 2017 until the 20th of June 2017.
These airstrikes have killed 72 civilian persons, they are 18 person under the age of eighteen, 15 citizen women over the age of eighteen and 39 men, in addition to 16 persons of family members of the “Islamic State” organization, as well as injuring hundreds of others and destroying tens of homes and shops, also the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights documented killing of at least 52 fighters of the rebel and Islamic factions, Hayyaat Tahrir al-Sham, the “Islamic state”, all of them were killed in airstrikes in several areas in Syria.
Which in turn raise to 11149 civilian citizens, they are 2454 persons under the age of eighteen, 1643 citizen women over the age of eighteen and 7052 men, in addition to injuring about 66000 other civilians, the number of people documented by Syrian Observatory for Human Rights of who were killed and injured by bombing and shelling by regime’s warplanes and helicopters in 32 months, since the 20th of October 2014 until the 20th of June 2017, they were killed in more than 93605 raids at least, where helicopters carried out more than 50028 of them and the warplanes carried out 43577 raids at least.
Also the helicopters and warplanes have killed 6611 fighters at least of the rebel and Islamic factions, Fateh al-Sham Front, the “Islamic State” organization, Islamic Turkestan Party and several other factions, in addition to injuring thousands of others.
While the human losses of civilians who were killed in raids by warplanes and helicopters of Bashar al-Assad’s regime since the beginning of the Syrian revolution in March 2011 until the 20th of June 2017 have raised to 23176 civilians, they are: 14945 men, 4991 children under the age of eighteen and 3240 citizen women over the age of eighteen.
We in the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights and through publishing the documented statistics of human losses, which the civilian Syrians are their main victims due to the military operations in Syria, in addition to documenting the war crimes and the crimes against humanity which are continuously committed in Syria, we are also seeking to send a message to the international community, carried through the cries and pain of the Syrian people, perhaps these shocking statistics, cries and pain may move the conscience of this community to act for the immediate sopping of the ongoing murders against the Syrian citizens, and to bring the criminals to the specialized international courts, so they get their punishment.