المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

With the continued preparation to complete the convoy getting out of Douma towards the north, anticipation for the release of more abductees and captives

Rif Dimashq Province, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: in the coming hours, more abductees and captives by Jaysh al-Islam are expected to be released in conjunction with the exit of more buses from the Eastern Ghouta, in the framework of implementing the agreement reached and started to be carried out yesterday, Sunday, the 8th of April 2018, while resentment prevails among the relatives of the abductees and captives, because until now only one batch of abductees and captives was released while the busses were getting out yesterday, where they held a sit-in in the middle of Damascus, while buses preparing process continues in conjunction with the first entry of the Russian military police to Douma city, where the Russian delegation visited the place in which a massacre took place on Saturday in Douma city in the Eastern Ghouta, which left hundreds of casualties and wounded due to the shelling and suffocation caused by the recent bombardment on the last city for Jaysh al-Islam in the Eastern Ghouta.

The Syrian observatory had documented the death of 1745 citizens including 371 children and 229 women, who have been killed since the 18th of February 2018, by the aerial, rocket and artillery shelling on the cities and towns of Douma, Harasta, Arbin, Zamalka, Hamouriyah, Jesrin, Kafr Batna, Hazza, Ash’ari, Nashabiyah, Aftries, Otaya, Al-Shifonyyah, Al-Marj area, Mesraba, Madyara, Beit Sawa, and other areas in the besieged Ghouta of Damascus, resulted in the injury of more than 6000 citizens including hundreds of children and citizen women with varying severity, some of them have permanent disabilities, while the bodies of tens of citizens are still under the rubble of destruction caused by the aerial, rocket and artillery shelling by the regime forces on the Eastern Ghouta of Damascus, and the total death toll documented by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, includes 1213 casualties including 230 children and 146 women who were killed and documented by the SOHR after the resolution of the UNSC, which failed again to stop the killing of the people of the Eastern Ghouta, and the shelling resulted in the fall of hundreds of wounded.

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