Damascus Center for Human Rights Studies (DCHRS)

DCHRS | Casualties Report | Total Deaths: 142 | Sunday 13-01-2013

The Damascus Center for Human Rights Studies documented on Sunday 13-1-2013 (142) one hundred and forty-two victims who were killed in several cities across Syria, most of them are from Damascus, Damascus suburbs, and Aleppo.

In Damascus and its suburb: Forty seven victims, in Aleppo: Forty three victims, in Daraa: Fifteen victims, in Deir Ezzor: Thirteen victims, in Homs: Six victims, in Idlib: Six victims, in Al-Raqqa: Five victims, in Hama: Three victims, in Latakia: One victim, Al-Hasaka: One victim, in Al-Sweida’: One victim, and in Al-Quneitra: One victim

DCHRS | Casualties Report | Total Deaths: 110 | Saturday 12-01-2013

Damascus Center for Human Rights Studies documented on Saturday 12-1-2013 (110) one hundred and ten victims who were killed in several cities in Syria, most of them are from Damascus and its suburb, Aleppo. Also the center documented two other victims who were killed in previous days.

In Damascus and its suburb: Thirty-seven victims, in Aleppo: Thirty-one victim, in Hama: Twelve victim, in Deir Ezzor: Nine victims, in Daraa and Al-Raqqa : Seven victims each, in Homs: Four victims, in Idlib: Two victims, in Al-Hasaka: One victim.

FIDH calls the Security Council to take on its responsibility and trigger the jurisdiction of the Court over Syria

12 January 2013

More than 50 States request the Security Council to refer the Syrian situation to the ICC, In a letter that will be presented next Monday 14 January to the President of the Security Council of the United Nations (UNSC), Switzerland, jointly with more than 50 States from all over the world, including several members of the UNSC, will request the Security Council to refer the Syrian situation to the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC).

DCHRS | Casualties Report | Total Deaths: 65 Friday 01-11-2013

The Damascus Center for Human Rights Studies documented on Friday 01-11-2013 (65) victims, who were Killed in several cities across Syria, most of them are from Damascus and its suburb, Aleppo and Hama.

In Damascus and its suburb: Twenty one victims, in Aleppo: Sixteen victims, in Hama: Thirteen victim, in Daraa: Seven victims, in Idlib: Three victims, in Homs and Al-Raqqa : Two victims each, in Deir Ezzor: One victim

DCHRS | Casualties Report | Total Deaths: 44 | Thursday, 10-01-2013

The Damascus Center for Human Rights Studies documented on Thursday, 10/1/2013 (44) victims, who were killed in several cities across Syria, most of them are from Damascus, Damascus suburbs, and Aleppo. Also the center documented seven victims who were killed in previous days.

In Damascus and its suburb: Seventeen victim, in Aleppo: Ten victims, in Idlib: Six victims, in Daraa: Five victims, in Homs: Three victims, in Deir Ezzor: Two victims, in Hama: One victim.

Responsibility to Object

It’s time for the U.N. Security Council to do something about war crimes in Syria.  

BY DAVID KAYE | JANUARY 10, 2013

In Syria, the new year begins without change. President Bashar al-Assad continues to attack Syrian citizens on a vast scale, targeting civilians and rebels indiscriminately, and making use of summary executions and torture.

Report on the most noticeable massacres in 2012

The most noticeable massacres that the Syrian network for human rights group was able to document through the year, with reference to tens of massacres that we haven’t been able to communicate with the residents or to visit the sites that witnessed the crime.

These massacres resulted in 2469 martyrs, a large number of them was killed in very violent cases of Field-executions like slaughter by knives, shooting in the mouth or incineration.