المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Daraa: Unknown gunmen assassinate a civilian, and an IED blasts car owned by Lebanese Hezbollah “collaborator”

Daraa Governorate – Syrian Observatory for Human Rights:

SOHR sources report that a civilian was assasinated and his brother was injured in Daraa al-Balad, after being shot by unknown assailants riding a motorcycle.

Meanwhile, activists told the Syrian Observatory that a loud explosion was heard last night in Al-Maliha Al-Gharbiya town, caused by an IED explostion targeting a car owned by a man linked to Lebanese Hezbollah. No casualties were reported.

This brings the number of attacks and assassination attempts in various forms and methods by detonating IEDs, mines, booby-trapped vehicles and shootings from past June to date, to more than 307 attacks.

While the number of those who killed and died in the same period has risen to 196 persons, 40 of whom are civilians, including four women and three children, in addition to 100 members of regime forces, loyalists and collaborators with regime security services.

33 members of opposition factions were also killed, those who made “settlements and reconciliations” with the regime and became members of regime security services, including former leaders, and 16 members of Syrian militias affiliated to Lebanese “Hezbollah” and Iranian forces, in addition to six members of so-called “Fifth Corps” established by Russia.

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