Damascus Center for Human Rights Studies (DCHRS)

SNHR| Syria| Violations Report| September 28th, 2012

A documentation of the Syrian regime’s violations of human rights in various Syrian provinces on the 28th of September 2012


*Deaths and Injuries*

Al Hamediah, Hama

Snipers are a daily threat to the lives of civilians in the Syrian provinces. Today, a young was wounded due to a targeting bullet



Kharbet Ghazali, Daraa

Syrian army forces committed a massacre against civilians in the town of Kharbet Ghazali in Daraa. Residents found the bodies of a single family that were fieldly executed 



*Suffering and Violations*

Al Rastan. Homs

Civilians in Homs suffer from the shelling, injuries, and deaths. But they also suffer from the siege that prevents them from obtaining water, electricity and fuel; here is a civilian that is gathering firewood for the lack of fuel 



Sarmeen, Idlib

Civilians suffer in the province of Idlib from a lack of medical supplies and medicines. In this video indiscriminate shelling with heavy weapons and warplanes injured a number of people. It also appears that the field hospitals is not equipped with appropriately equipped for certain injuries



*Shelling and Destruction*

Al Zabadani, Rural Damascus

Bombardment by the Syrian army forces on civilian homes and shops continues, but also the targeting of schools and hospitals. As is the case with this school today in the town of Zabadani



Duma, Rural Damascus

Renewed indiscriminate shelling with heavy weapons on the city of Duma 



Al Hamidiyah, Homs

Missiles and artillery shelling on Homs neighborhoods continue day after day leading to more destruction and loss of life and property



Al Itha’a, Aleppo

The indiscriminate shelling of military aviation and heavy weapons continues only to leave more destruction



Musha Al Arbaeen, Hama

Renewed indiscriminate shelling leaves widespread destruction in Musha Al Arbaeen



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