Victims of Human Rights in Syria in July 2022
The Syrian Human Rights Committee (SHRC) documented the killing of 109 people in Syria during the month of July 2022, including: (23) children, (9) women, and (3) died due to torture.
The Syrian regime forces were responsible for the deaths of (8) people, the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) were responsible for the deaths of (8) people as well, while the Russian warplanes were responsible for the deaths of (7) people, and the opposition factions were responsible for the killing of two people, and ISIS was responsible for the death of one person.
SHRC documented the killing of (35) persons as a result of assassination by unknown persons, (9) persons due to landmines, and (8) persons due to the explosion of IEDs and the remnants of the bombing. SHRC also documented the discovery of the remains of (30) people in a mass grave that was discovered near a hotel in the city of Manbij in the northern countryside of Aleppo, which ISIS turned into a prison during its control of the city between 2014 and 2016.
Aleppo governorate comes first in terms of the number of victims with (48) people, followed by Daraa governorate with (17) people, and then Deir ez-Zor governorate with (15) people.
The total number of victims in Idlib governorate was (12) people, (5) people in Al-Hasakah governorate, (4) people in each of Damascus and Hama governorates, (3) people in Homs governorate, and (1) in Raqqa governorate.