The Office of Documentation of Deaths and Detainees in Dara’a province said that it has recorded the deaths of 15,688 people in the province since March 18, 2011 in a report issued on the 10th anniversary of the Syrian revolution.
The Office said that the figure included 2015 children and 1,204 women, adding that 1,358 people from Dara’a were killed under torture in the prisons of the Assad regime.
The Office also said that the deaths included 20 people who were killed across the province in February, adding that 12 others were injured while four survived assassination attempts.
According to the report, 296 people have been killed in assassinations across Dara’a province since the beginning of 2020, while 348 others were detained.
Mass anti-regime demonstrations took place in the province in the past two days to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the Syrian revolution, especially outside the iconic Al-Omari Mosque in Dara’a city. Protesters chanted the first slogans of the revolution, calling for the release of detainees, the overthrow of the Assad regime, and the withdrawal of the Russian and Iranian occupiers. (Source: SOC’s Media Department)