Massacre of children in bombing of the Russian warplanes the town of Al-Jadida in Jisr Al-Shughur countryside
This morning, Friday, July 22, 2022, Russian warplanes targeted, with two air raids, residential neighborhoods in the town of “Jdeideh” in the countryside of Jisr al-Shughur city, west of Idlib. As a result, seven civilians were killed, including four children from one family, and 13 others were wounded, most of them women and children.
The civil defense teams went to the place and rescued the injured to the hospital for treatment, and the bodies were recovered from under the rubble.
Names of the dead:
- Ikhals Khattab… 8 years
- Khaldoun Khattab…. 40 years
- Muhammad Khattab….1 year
- Mohamed Abdel Hai…. 20 years
- Yusra Khattab…. 5 years
- Jana Khattab….. 4 years
- Name not identified yet
The names of the injured:
- Mustafa Farran…… 13 years old
- Abdul Rahim Khattab…. 11 years
- Nasser Qashqaro….. 40 years old
- Khaled Khattab …… 9 years
- Ibrahim Al-Hussein… 30 years
- Ayham Khattab…… 8 years
- Safaa Allawi…… 12 years old
- Yazi Khattab… 30 years old
- Mohamed Abdel Hai… 6 years old
- Mustafa Abdel Hai..3 years
- Shahd Khattab……..13 years old
- Lilian Abdel Hai.. 5 years
- Ragheb Al-Wasouf…..50 years old
The Russian bombing coincided with artillery shelling by the Assad regime forces that targeted residential neighborhoods in the areas of Sahl Al-Ghab and Al-Kahira in the northern countryside of Hama, and the villages and towns of Al-Fatirah, Al-Laj and Shaghouret in the southern countryside of Idlib, as well as the towns of Sheikh Suleiman and Maklabis, west of Aleppo.
It should be noted that the areas under the control of the Syrian opposition in northwest Syria are almost daily and repeatedly bombed by the regime forces and its allies, knowing that these areas are subject to the de-escalation agreement signed between Russia and the regime on one side and Turkey and the Syrian opposition on the other.
We in the Syrian Human Rights Committee call on the international community, led by the United Nations and the Security Council, to pressurise the regime and its supporters to stop their crimes against Syrian civilians, to refer the perpetrators of these crimes to international courts, and to implement international resolutions on Syria, especially Resolutions 2118, 2254, the Geneva Statement and other relevant resolutions.
The Syrian Human Rights Committee