The Directorate of Documentation of Violations and Human Rights in the Syrian Interim Government (SIG) has released its monthly report for September 2023, revealing that the death toll among civilians in the liberated north of Syria during the past month amounted to 14 people, with an additional 31 wounded civilians.
In its report, the Directorate documented the killing of 14 individuals, including one woman and eight children, along with the injury of 31 people, including six women and 13 children.
The report highlights that the Assad regime and its allies were responsible for the death of five people, including a woman and two children, and the injury of 22 individuals, including five women and seven children. Additionally, the PYD terrorist militia was accountable for the death of nine people, including six children, and the wounding of nine individuals, including a woman and six children.
The Directorate stated that the total number of attacks in September reached 264, with the Assad regime being responsible for 254 of these attacks, while the PYD militia was responsible for 10 others.
The Directorate emphasized that the Assad regime and its allies were behind a massacre that targeted the village of Al-Mahsenli in the eastern countryside of Aleppo, resulting in the death of five people and leaving three wounded.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)