The death toll on Sunday 9/2/2014 reached 165 deaths. Among them were 30 women and 16 children.
Among the dead, 16 (including six women and four children) from al- Jalma (Rural Hama) were slaughtered with knives after the army stormed the village. A man from al-Sabha in Deir Azzour died as a result of a car explosion in the village of al-Bareeha, seven from Homs were killed by the mortar shelling on aid cars and the Red Crescent for a second day and two from Sawran (Hama) were executed after being arrested by the army after storming the city. A doctor from the village of al-Zara (Homs) died in clashes in the northern district and a man from al-Hawla (Homs) died as a result of a mine explosion he was producing.
Six died under torture: the first a doctor from the village of Bal-Suweida in military security in Damascus, the second from al-Maliha (Rural Damascus), the third from Idlib was killed in a prison in Damascus, the fourth from Kafr Shams (Daraa) was killed after having endured two years of imprisonment, the fifth was a man in his thirties from Kafr Zita (Hama) killed after his arrest a month ago, and the sixth was a man in his fifties from al-Latamna (Hama) who was killed in Sednaya prison.
Three were killed by regime snipers, two from Yalda (Rural Damascus) were killed in the city orchards and three metalwork labourers from Sarwan (Hama) were shot by army snipers. As a result of the bombing of explosive barrels, nine people died as well as two children from al-Qatriji (Aleppo) and nineteen people from al-Haidariya (Aleppo).
List of provinces according to numbers killed:
Aleppo: 75 including 8 children and 20 women.
Hama: 35 including 8 women, 4 children and 4 under torture.
Daraa: 7 including 3 children and 2 women.
Damascus and its suburbs: 11 including 3 under torture.
Idlib: 10 including a child.
Deir Azzour: 2
Al-Suweida: 1 doctor
Total: 165 deaths.
(Names can be found in the Arabic Section)