In Idlib, which is controlled by the opposition, eleven people have been murdered, including a toddler. Syrians have started burying the numerous victims of the massive drone assault on an educational institution in Homs. a city in west Syria.
Following the Homs assault, which was the bloodiest attack on territory controlled by the government in years, government troops increased their bombardment of and missile assaults on Idlib. In Idlib, government strikes resulted in the deaths of 14 civilians on Thursday and three more the following day.
Based on reports by the Civil Defence, medical professionals, and villagers, a two-year-old kid was murdered in a Russian airstrike on a family house in the village of Jaftallak Haj Hamoud.
Four individuals were murdered in Idlib city as Syrian army artillery shelled neighborhoods on Friday night, including an engaged pair.
Officials in Idlib and Aleppo, which are under the control of the opposition, canceled Friday prayers out of concern for possible mosque attacks. The shelling has caused citizens to be anxious about what may happen in the following days.
Four individuals perished in the fire, and Muhammad al-Sameeh, a resident of Termanin, stated, “I was sleeping when suddenly the sounds of a strong explosion rang out.” It resembled judgment day… It came out that our area had experienced bombings. The people were quite frightened. The bombardment and escalated warfare had already forced the people to flee, but they followed them again.
On Friday, as mourners walked the streets of Homs, insurgent territory was bombarded. Soldiers bowed and a military musician group played sad tunes as coffins covered with national flags were placed at the city’s military hospital.
A day earlier, a graduation celebration in the academy’s courtyard, where relatives were celebrating with the new executives, was targeted by numerous drones.
According to the Syrian Ministry of Health, 89 individuals have died, including 31 females and five kids. More than 120 people were killed, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. The institute is in charge of keeping tabs on the situation in Syria, where three days of national mourning have been proclaimed.
No one has stepped forward to take credit for the terrorist assault. Syria’s Ministries of Defense, Foreign Affairs, and Expatriates laid the responsibility at the feet of unnamed “terrorist” entities. They pledged to strike back “with full force”.
The drone assault against government soldiers was a first time for the conflict. Beginning in 2011, demonstrations against President Bashar al-Assad turned into a war that has resulted in tens of thousands of fatalities and millions of forced displacement.
According to reports, the strike was a serious security lapse and a setback for the Syrian government. One remarked, “it has been years since such an operation in the center of regime-controlled area has attacked the military of the Syrian president.
Antonio Guterres, UN secretary-general “expressed deep concern” on the drone assault in Homs. Additionally, his office issued a warning regarding accounts of retaliatory bombardment in northwest Syria. Al-Assad received a sympathy message from Vladimir Putin, the president of Russia and a supporter of the Syrian regime.