المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Death of a citizen in Zardana raises to at least 52, the number of civilians who were killed by in the largest massacre carried out by warplanes in Idlib in 2018

Idlib province, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: a person from Zardana town in the northern countryside of Idlib, died affected by wound he had 14 days ago, when warplanes believed to Russian carried out a massacre in the town, raising to 52, the number of people who were killed in the highest number of casualties in 2018, including 9 children under the age of eighteen and 11 women, which took place on the 7th of June 2018, and was carried out by warplanes believed to Russian which targeted the town located several kilometers away of al-Fu’ah and Kafriya towns, which are inhabited Shiite citizens in the northeastern countryside of Idlib.

It worth mentioning that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored in the first 10 days of May 2018 on consecutive massacres and aerial bombardments targeted several areas in the countryside of Idlib, in which 29 civilians including 10 children and 5 women were killed, in addition to wounding tens of others with varying severity and destroying the property of citizens, while the SOHR published at night of Wednesday the 7th of June 2018, that it monitored violent clashes in Zardana village in the northern countryside of Idlib, between members of Hayyaat Tahrir al-Sham against members of Jaysh Al-Ahrar, amid exchange of targeting between the both parties, where one member at least of Tahrir Al-Sham was killed and others in the ranks of the both parties were injured, amid information about casualties in the ranks of the both parties, as well as information about the injury of citizens as a result of the clashes, and sources confirmed the Syrian Observatory that these clashes came after Jaysh Al-Ahrar was prevented by members of Tahrir Al-Sham from establishing checkpoints in the village.

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