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News, June 2019
192 Syrians Killed Mainlu in Idlib and Hama, in Just Two Days, in Fighting and Air Strikes
June 11, 2019
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The following are news stories from the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) website (http://www.syriahr.com/en/):
123 were killed on June 8, 2019, including 65 of the regime forces and their loyal militias and 58 other people
4 joined yesterday the convoy of casualties of the Syrian revolution.
In Idlib Province, 3 civilians were killed they are: a man and a woman who were killed in bombardment by the regime’s warplanes on Kafr Nubl town south of Idlib and a child girl killed by the regime’s warplanes after they bombarded Maarrat Al-Nu’man city.
And in Hama Province, a man was killed after the fall of rocket shells fired by the factions on Shizer village which is under the control of the regime forces north of Hama.
While the SOHR learned that gunmen killed 2 young people from from Afrin while returning to their area coming from Afrin city, where they were killed about 500 meters away of a checkpoint of the “Military Academy” of “Olive Branch” faction near Maabatli junction.
Also one of the members of the Turkish-backed police was killed after being shot by unidentified gunmen on the road between Afrin city and Maabatli Township.
While 2 fighters were killed today, Saturday, one of whom died affected by the injury he had due to rocket targeting carried out yesterday by the regime forces on Kabana area, and the other one was killed after being hit by a sniper fire by the regime forces in the area of Abu Al-Duhur in the eastern countryside of Idlib.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned the military commander in Jaysh al-Izza Abdul Baset al-Sarout died affected by wounds he had during clash against the regime forces in Tal Meleh area at the northern countryside of Hama after the midnight of yesterday.
48 fighters including 31 of the Jihadis and 17 other factions were all killed during aerial bombardment and clashes against the regime forces within the “de-escalation” area.
65 members of the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them were killed during targeting and clashes against the jihadi factions and groups in the northern countryside of Hama.
3 joined yesterday the convoy of casualties of the Syrian revolution.
In Idlib Province, 2 civilians were killed in shelling by regime’s warplanes on Babulin village in the southeastern countryside of Idlib.
In Hama Province, a man was killed in bombing by the Russian warplanes on Kafr Zita town in the northern countryside of Hama.
34 fighters including 21 of the Jihadis and 13 other factions were all killed during aerial bombardment and clashes against the regime forces within the “de-escalation” area.
32 members of the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them were killed during targeting and clashes against the jihadi factions and groups in the northern countryside of Hama.
The International Coalition warplanes intervene to break up tribal clashes in the northern countryside of Deir Ezzor
Deir Ezzor Province – The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that the International Coalition forces intervened to break up the tribal fighting in Abu Nitel village in the northern countryside of Deir Ezzor, through the overflight of their warplanes over the area, and this comes after clashes that took place today morning in Abu Nitel village in the northern countryside of Deir Ezzor, between villagers of Buferio clan against armed men of al-Bujamil clan that lives in the villages of al-Namliyyeh and al-Hrijiyyeh north of Deir Ezzor; accompanied by armed men from al-Bakir tribe who belongs to al-Ekydat tribe, where sons of al-Bujamil clan have attacked Abut al-Nitel village with machineguns and mortar shells, after they accused people of the area of murdering a member of the Syria Democratic Forces in the desert of the village days ago, and the Syrian Observatory published that it monitored clashes in Abu Nitel village in the northern countryside of Deir Ezzor, between villagers of Buferio clan against armed men of al-Bujamil clan that lives in the villages of al-Namliyyeh and al-Hrijiyyeh north of Deir Ezzor; accompanied by armed men from al-Bakir tribe who belongs to al-Ekydat tribe, where sons of al-Bujamil clan have been attacking since morning Abut al-Nitel village with machineguns and mortar shells, after they accused people of the area of murdering a member of the Syria Democratic Forces in the desert of the village days ago, the Syrian Observatory also learned that tens of gunmen of al-Shuhayl town arrived in Abut al-Nitel village to join the clashes there, and the Syrian Observatory documented casualties during the clashes, where a young man from the Buferio clan was killed and others were injured, amid displacement of families to the desert and other villages, while the Syria Democratic Forces has not yet reacted to the clashes within the areas that they control, it is worth mentioning that the Buferio clan (who are a minority clan in the area) are accusing the leader of Deir Ezzor Military Council of inciting against the clan members on a continuous basis because he accuses them of murdering his brother years ago, where Abut al-Nitel village has been subjected to several raids by Syria Democratic Forces, during which tens of young civilians were arrested and most of whom were released later.
The Syrian Observatory published on the 1st of June 2019 that the Syrian Observatory learned that tension prevails in al-Hawayej village in Deir Ezzor countryside, amid closing the roads in the western countryside of Deir Ezzor in the Syria Democratic Forces’ controlled areas; by hundreds of young people from al-Baggarah clan, and in the details obtained by the Syrian Observatory: a force of the Syria Democratic Forces chased a young man in al-Hawayej then the young man took shelter in the house of Sheikh in the area, where members from the SDF broke into the house and verbally addressed the Sheikh, then arrested the young man and took him to an unknown destination, which sparked great resentment amid al-Baggarah clan, who became on alert and closed the roads, also sources told the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights that Arab fighters in the area announced their standing with al-Baggarah clan.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published on the 9th of May 2019 that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that demonstrations took place in al-Busayrah city and the towns of Thiban and al-Shuhayl and the al-Daman village, protesting and condemning the massacre carried out by the SDF and the International Coalition after midnight in al-Shuhayl town and killed 7 civilians, and the sources told the Syrian Observatory that there was considerable tension in al-Shuhayl town after the killing of a protester from the town following a shooting by SDF members to disperse the demonstration, followed by a withdrawal of all members of the Syria Democratic Forces from al-Shuhayl town, then the people of al-Shuhayl attacked headquarters of SDF in the town and burn caravans, and the Syrian Observatory published hours ago that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned from several reliable sources that the International Coalition carried out a landing operation in al-Shuhayl town in the eastern sector of Deir Ezzor countryside after midnight of yesterday, in conjunction with the great spread for the Syria Democratic Forces on the ground with armored vehicles and other vehicles, where a massacre of 7 civilians including a man and two of his sons, was committed by SDF and the International Coalition with intense gunfire, while the operation -which lasted for about 3 hours- also resulted in the arrest of 2 people, one of whom was a former member of the “Public Relations” Office in the “Islamic State” Organization, and activists of the Syrian Observatory learned from residents of the area that the civilians who were killed in the shooting by SDF and the International Coalition; have nothing to do with the “Islamic State” Organization, and that they are from the residents of the area and have not protected ISIS members, although sources in the Syria Democratic Forces informed the Observatory that they were the ones who are protecting members of the Organization in that area, and the Syrian Observatory published on the 25th of April 2019 that the International Coalition carried out at midnight of yesterday an airdrop operation, in Mashikh village near al-Busayrah city in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor near a home of a civilians in the village, with the support of a ground force of the Syria Democratic Forces, where the owner of the house was targeted with his family by bullets which caused casualties, where the owner of the house and 2 of his sons were killed in addition to his son’s pregnant wife.
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