Today, Saturday, two civilians were wounded by artillery shelling by the Assad regime forces on the outskirts of the town of Badama in the Jisr al-Shughur countryside, west of Idlib.
Our correspondent said that a child and a woman were injured as a result of the bombing that targeted the town, which coincided with a similar bombardment from Goren camp, Tal Wasit and Mansoura in the western countryside of Idlib, without causing any human losses.
The Assad regime forces also bombed with heavy artillery the town of Al-Fatirah in the Jabal Al-Zawiya area in the southern countryside of Idlib, without reports of casualties, and Russian warplanes also bombed with vacuum missiles the Al-Kabina area in Lattakia countryside.
The United States had previously “strongly” condemned the attack launched by the Assad regime and Russia on the village of Ibilin in Jabal al-Zawiya in the southern countryside of Idlib, last Thursday.
The frequency of the Assad regime’s attacks on northwestern Syria has increased since the beginning of last June, and they have been largely concentrated on Jabal Al-Zawiya and the Al-Ghab Plain. The Syrian Civil Defense has documented more than 215 attacks since the beginning of the military escalation campaign on June 5, which caused the death of more than 48 people, including 20
A child and 10 women, in addition to two volunteers in the ranks of the Civil Defense, while 115 people were injured, including more than 30 children.
The number of massacres committed by the forces of the Assad regime and Russia has reached 7 in the countryside of Idlib, since the beginning of June, killing about 50 people, including women and children, and wounding more than 50 others, according to the data of the Syrian Civil Defense.