SHRC documented the death of 168 people during the days of Eid al-Adha, among them 45 children, nine women, and three that died under torture, including one that was killed under the hands of the Kurdish Protection Forces (YBG).
SHRC also documented the killing of eight people by ISIS and four that were killed by Kurdish militias, as well as two that died due to lack of nutrition and medicine due to the ongoing siege of the Eastern Ghouta.
Six massacres were recorded to have taken place during Eid al-Adha, four of which took place in the province of Idlib: in Kafroma, Taftanaz, Talmans and Heish. One massacre took place in Douma, rural Damascus, and one in Homs.
The province with the highest number of deaths was Homs- in which 42 were killed- followed by Idlib which witnessed 37 deaths, and then the capital Damascus and its suburbs, in which 32 were killed.
In Aleppo, 22 people were killed, whilst seven perished in each of Hama, Ar-Raqqah and Deir Ezzour.
One person was killed in Latakkia and al-Quneitra respectively.