The Syrian Network for Human Rights (SNHR) said that at least 568 civilians, including 115 children and 53 women, were killed across Syria in the first half of 2022. The victims included 101 people who were killed under torture.
The Network indicated that the Assad regime killed 124 civilians, including 12 children and four women, while the Russian forces killed three civilians, including two children and a woman. The Network said that ISIS killed 8 civilians.
The monitoring group said that 39 civilians, including four children and two women, were killed at the hands of the PYD terrorist militia, while nine civilians, including two children and a woman, were killed at the hands of Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham. It also said that 385 people, including 93 children and 43 women, were killed at the hands of other parties.
According to the report, 23% of the total number of deaths took place in Dara’a province, 16% in Aleppo, 14% in Idlib and 13% in rural Damascus.
In a new report, the Network noted that it documented the deaths of 92 civilians, including 19 children and 16 women, adding that the death toll included six people who were killed under torture in June. It pointed out that the deaths included 15 civilians, including a woman, who were killed by the regime forces.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)