SHRC documented the death of 1794 people in Syria during the month of Ramadan in 2015. The reasons for their deaths ranged from being killed by explosive barrels and sea mines and car explosions, to clashes with the Syrian regime, ISIS and Kurdish militias. This is in addition to bombing by the international alliance and the siege enforced on the Eastern Ghouta for over two years.
Ramadan saw the death of 258 children, 229 women and 47 that died under torture in Syrian regime prison and detention centres. In addition, 380 were killed by ISIS, 26 by the international alliance bombing, 12 were killed by Kurdish militias and 13 due to the siege on the Eastern Ghouta.
The province of Aleppo saw the highest number of victims across Syria, with 717 of its civilians killed within the holy month, followed by Damascus and its suburbs in which 260 were killed, and then Daraa, in which 251 were killed.
In Idlib 241 were killed, in Homs 99 and in Hama 79 were killed.
In Deir Azzour 62 were killed and in Ar-Raqqah 44 were killed, whilst in Al-Hasaka 35 were killed. This was followed by 4 in Al-Suwaida, and one person in both Latakkia and Al-Quneitra respectively.