Seventy-six civilians were killed on Sunday 13/10/2013, among them three ladies and fourteen children.
The largest number killed were from Damascus and its suburbs, in which 18 were killed, among them four who died due to shelling on the village of Deir al-Asafeer, two from Douma and two that were killed in Madira.
As for Aleppo, 15 were killed, among them four that were killed in the attack on Jisr al-Haj roundabout, as well as two children (male and female) from Hayaan who died after sustaining injuries as a result due to shelling.
In Idlib, 12 were killed, among them eight (including a woman and four children) who died due to the bombing which targeted the village of Deir Sanbal, as well as four children from the village of Ma’arshmarin that also died due to shelling.
And in Daraa, ten were killed among them four from Inkhil that were summarily executed after they were arrested in the farms of Al-Qaniah village.
And among those who were killed was a civilian from Manbaj, Aleppo, who was killed by a bullet at the Al-Dameer Checkpoint in Rural Damascus, and a man in his thirties from Khanasir (Aleppo) who was killed by a bullet from the Turkish forces whilst he was crossing from Jiwar Kils to Turkey. The Turkish forces had forbidden the families of the village from rescuing him, and he was left to bleed to death. Four from Inkhil in Daraa were executed after they were arrested from the farms of Al-Qaniah, and a civilian from Nazlat al-Jazdaan in Hama was killed in an ambush by Shabiha thugs, whilst two- one in his thirties and the other in his twenties- from al-Arba’een in Hama were executed on Jisr Ma’ardas on 8-9-2013. Their bodies were discovered two days ago and they were buried in Sariheen. And a man from al-Quneitra was killed by a bullet from the Israeli army as he strayed close to the ceasefire strip in the village of Saida al-Jolan.
Three were killed by sniper fire: the first from Madira (rural Damascus) who was killed by a sniper during the Ministry of Vehicle Management clashes, the second- in his twenties- from Daarat Ghaza was killed by the sniper at Karraj al-Hajz, and the third a lady from Daraa al-Balad who was killed by the sniper at Shamal al-Khat.
Two were killed under torture: the first from al-Zabadani in rural Damascus and the second a Palestinian in his sixties from the Yarmoul Camp in Damascus.
Activists also confirmed the death of a media activist from Jisr al-Shughoor in Idlib who was killed in the Tishreen clashes in Damascus, as well as a doctor from Dir Azzour, and a university student from al-Masakin in Al-Hasaka who was killed by PKK forces in al-Nasira.
Listing of Provinces According to Numbers killed:
Rural Damascus: 18 including a child and a woman
Aleppo: 15 including 3 children
Idlib: 12 including 7 children and a woman
Daraa: 10 including a child and a woman
Hama: 5 including a child
Homs: 3 including a child
Deir Azzour: 2 including a paramedic
(Names can be found in the Arabic section)
Syrian Human Rights Committee