The parents of the city of Nawa found a group of decaying corpses between Tal Um Hawran and Tal al-Jabiya near the city of Nawa western rural Daraa.
The parents have found 21 bodies, some of which have been identified, while the other corpses remain unidentified until this moment.
It is believed that the corpses belonged to civilians trying to flee the city of Nawa approximately a year ago, which is the minimum period needed to reach this stage of decomposition. The bodies were left out in the cold this entire time and where only found after opposition forces gained control of the area and the withdrawal of government forces.
A video broadcast by journalist activists in the city of Nawa portrayed a set of bones of people killed with their clothes. It seems that the killings had taken place during the winter, as winter clothes were found.
The parents began to identify the bodies of the dead through their clothes, and 14 bodies were identified, they are:
1- Muhammad Musa Al-Masri
2- Mahmoud Muhammad Al-Salamah
3- Khadr Sari Al-Masri
4- Muhammad Sari Al-Masri
5- Adnan Haseen Al-Tayasina
6- Namr Isa Amareen
7- Yahya Khaleef Al-Su’a
8- Mahmoud Al-Eid Al-Nawawi
9- Fatima Al-Akhras, the wife of Mahmoud Al-Eid (Al-Nawawi), and their five children whose names are as follows:
10- Muhammad Mahmoud Al-Eid Al-Nawawi
11- Shadi Mahmoud Al-Eid Al-Nawawi
12- Muhammad Ameen Mahmoud Al-Eid Al-Nawawi
13- Iman Mahmoud Al-Eid Al-Nawawi
14- Amal Mahmoud Al-Eid Al-Nawawi (A baby girl)