SHRC documents the killing of 146 people in February
The Syrian Human Rights Committee documented the killing of (146) people in Syria during February 2021, icluding: (26) children, (13) women, and (12) people who were killed under torture.
The Syrian regime was responsible for the killing of (21) people, while the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) were responsible for the killing of (4) people, and both HTS and ISIS were responsible for the killing of one person each.
SHRC documented the killing of (48) people by unknown parties, (26) people as a result of the explosion of landmines, and (11) people as a result of the explosion of IEDs and booby traps.
SHRC also documented the discovery of a mass grave containing (15) bodies in the Roman neighbourhood of the city of Raqqa, in addition to the discovery of the remains of (19) people during the removal of rubble in the Al-Sadd neighbourhood in the city of Al-Bab in Aleppo province.
Aleppo province topped the rest of the provinces in terms of the number of victims, as it reached (38) people, followed by Deir Ezzor province with (24) people, then Raqqa province with (22) people, and Daraa province with (17) people.
The total number of victims in each of the provinces of Hama and Hasaka reached (15) persons, (7) persons in the province of Idlib, (6) persons in the province of Homs, and one person in each of the provinces of Damascus and Sweida.