Eighty civilians were killed on Monday 18/11/2013, among them seven women and three children.
Twenty-two were killed alone in Aleppo, four among them were killed in the shelling which targeted the Karm al-Jazmati district in Aleppo, four killed in Tareeq al-Bab, four killed in the city of Al-Sfeerah and five killed in Naqarin.
In Damascus and its suburbs, 22 were also killed, among them 8 rotting corpses that were found in a building in al-Tadamun. They had been executed, with clear signs of torture on them. In addition, three civilians were also killed, among them two from the area of Irsaal in Lebanon that died in shelling on Qaara (rural Damascus).
Eleven from Homs, among them four that died in shelling in al-Wa’ar and four others that died in shelling on Qaara in rural Damascus.
And in Deir Azzour, eight were killed, among them six that died in clashes as they attempted to repel a convoy of the Syrian army in the area of Fathat Madeej.
And among those who were killed were eight from al-Tadamun who were executed and whose bodied were found in a “Da’boul” building with clear signs of torture. A civilian from Awram al-Kubra (Aleppo) was killed in a car accident at night as the lights were turned off due to the presence of war planes, and the leader of Liwa’ al-Tawheed in Aleppo was killed when war planes targeted the meeting point of Liwa al-Tawheed leaders in al-Mashaat School. He died in a hospital in Antiap, Turkey, due to deep injuries he sustained from the attack. Two from al-Qaboon (Damascus) were executed by regime soldiers, a civilian from Bab Toma (Damascus) was killed when a rocket missile hit his car, close to al-Sheikh Raslan Mosque. A teacher from al-Zabaltani in Damascus was also killed due to a rocket missile hitting the teachers bus in the district, and two nurses (male and female), a man and woman from al-Wa’ar (Homs) were killed by a GGM which hit the al-Waleed Hospital, as well as a man in his thirties from al-Naajiah in Idlib who was killed close to the village of al-Zouf. A media activist from Tareeq al-Sad (Daraa) was killed as he covered the shelling, a man in his fifties from Ain Maneen (rural Damascus) died under torture in regime prisons, two from Qaara died due to regime shelling as they were migrating to Irsaal, and two from Irsaal in Lebanon died due to shelling on the road that connects between Qaara and Irsaal.
List of provinces according to numbers killed:
Damascus and its suburbs: 22 including a woman
Aleppo: 22 including a child and the leader of the Tawheed Brigade
Homs: 11 including 4 women and a nurse
Deir Azzour: 8
Idlib: 7 including a woman
Daraa: 6 including a woman
(Names can be found in the Arabic Section)
Syrian Human Rights Committee