Damascus Center for Human Rights Studies (DCHRS)

DCHRS | Casualties Report | Total Deaths: 173 | Friday 31-05-2013

The Damascus Center for Human Rights Studies documented on Friday 31/5/2013 One-Hundred and Seventy-three (173) victims who were killed in different cities across Syria, most of them fell in Aleppo and its suburb, also the DCHRS documented one (1) Libyan victim.

In Aleppo: Sixty Five victim (65) victims.
In Damascus and its suburb: Fifty Six (56) victims.
In Homs: Twenty Eight (28) victims.
In Hama: Ten (10) victims.
In Daraa: Six (6) victims.
In Quneitra: Six (6) victims.
In Der Ezzor: Three (3) victims.
Other Nationalities: One (1) victim.

DCHRS | Casualties Report | Total Deaths: 100 | Thursday 30/5/2013

The Damascus Center for Human Rights Studies Documented in Thursday 30/5/2013 One-Hundred (100) victims who were killed in different cities across Syria, most of them fell in Damascus and its suburb. Also the center documented eight other victims who were killed in the previous days.

In Damascus and its suburb: Forty Four (44) victims.
In Aleppo: Eighteen (18) victims.
In Homs: Eleven (11) victims.
In Daraa: Nine (9) victims.
In Idlib: Nine (9) victims.
In Hama: Six (6) victims.
In Deir Ezzor: Two (2) victims.
In Quneitra: One (1) victim.

83598 people have been killed since Syria’s uprising against Bashar al-Assad : including 74993 civilians , 8393 of them are children , 7686 women and 2441 tortured to death

Since Syria’s uprising began in March 2011 as to 15/5/2013 , SNHR documented at least killing of 80159 people, distributed to 75992 civilians ( 91% civilian victims ) , 7606 Syrian Free Army ( 9% fighter brigades )
Among the civilians : 7686 women , 8329 children , and 2441 tortured to death

Impunity in Syria

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10 May 2013 – The rise of the Baath Party to power in Syria in 1963 was accompanied by serious human
rights violations, particularly as a result of the implementation of a state of emergency which
granted state security services de facto impunity for nearly fifty years before it was finally
formally lifted in 2011. In February 1982, Syrian military forces, specifically the Saraya
Defense Brigades, committed massacres and other serious violations amounting to crimes
against humanity in the cities of Hama, Jisr Shoughour and Aleppo

Comprehensive report of using chemical weapons by Syrian Regime

14 May 2013 – Syrian government’s Armed Forces launched13attacks targeted  5 Governorates . using typesof poisonous gases in some of these attacks, andchemical weapons in others, that’s what we could confirm in these current circumstances by testimonies of residentsand physiciansin the field  hospital. Syrian networkforhuman rights’ teamprepared detailed reports about thoseterrifyattacksthat led to 57 victims, and 504 injuries.