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The Complete Report on The massacre of Darayya . By the Syrian Network for Human Rights : 

The Most Horrific Massacre in Modern Times
More than 500 killed as the world watches; Daraya, Rural Damascus

The complete legal documentation of the Daraya Massacre
Date of incident: 20/8/2012-27/8/2012

Darya is located in Damascus’ countryside as it is eight kilometers west of Damascus. Only a small distance separates Daraya, the biggest city of in Rural Damascus, from Mu’adamiyet Alsham. 

On the second day of Eid Al-Fitr, and as Muslims around the world were celebrating, the military operation against Daraya began. On Monday, August 20th, 2012, the Syrian government cut off electricity and communication from the entire city. That night, the Syrian arm shelled the western part of the city with tens of mortar shells. Homes were completely destroyed and many were wounded by the shelling, which consequently made the residents flee to the centre of the city. 

On the following Tuesday morning (21/8/2012), the Syrian army blocked off all Daraya’s exists and entrances with sandbags and barriers. Thirty tanks were deployed on the International Highway to Deraa, thus preventing anyone from entering or exiting the city. The Syrian army started shelling the heart of Daraya, wounding many. 

The Syrian forces then attempted to advance through the Kornish Way. However, the forces met resistance from the Free Syrian Army as the two sides clashed causing casualties on both sides. The Syrian Network for Human Rights cannot document or verify the casualties on either side due to the Syrian government’s refusal to issue a license for the network. There are also other difficulties that prevent the network from documenting the casualties from both armed parties. 

At 7:00 am, Wednesday, 21/8/2012, the Syrian forces stepped up the shelling, only for Daraya to witness the fiercest wave of shelling. The regime forces used various weapons, including heavy weapons, tanks, mortars, and helicopter rockets, in a very horrific manner. The shelling killed many civilians in their homes and wounded many. All the victims were taken to field hospitals amidst the lack of needed medical equipment. 

*Important videos that document the events of that day*
The wounded (all civilians) after three days since the beginning of the military operation:

A surgical operation being conducted on a civilian who was wounded by the shelling:

Thursday (23/8/2012) arrived, as the people of Daraya did not sleep the night before due to the continuos shelling. Our activists conducted field visits to the shelled areas. What caught our attention was the use of artillery weapons and warplane rockets. Witnesses tell us that they could not leave the indoors to retrieve dead bodies due to the fierce shelling that poses a great risk to their lives. 

*Videos that document the events of that day*
We note that the original and raw videos are possessed b the Syrian Network for Human Rights. 

Videos of the dead (all civilians): 
Anas Alhilou
Amin Huwwari
Other civilians that were killed by the shelling
A child killed by the shelling

Still images of the victims from that day: 
Ahmed Alabbar Abu Hussain
Nadia Mohammed/45 years//killed in random shelling
Mohanad Ahmed Alzahr
Anas Alhilou
The Al Sheikh Massacre

Videos documenting the wounded (many of them died due to lack of medical equipment)
Daraya 23/8/2012, people seriously wounded, including children:
Injuries due to rocket fire
Deaths and injuries duet to barbaric shelling
Wounded civilians in serious conditions
A person wounded by sniper fire
A person wounded by shrapnel from a rocket

At 10:00 am, Friday (24/8/2012), forces from the Air-force Intelligence stormed the city form the direction of the Mazzah Airport with the support of fighter jets. The city’s west and centre were shelled and homes were broken into by army personnel as they conducted arrests. 

As the army attempted to reach the centre of the city, the Free Syrian Army resisted as they clashed with the advancing army forces. This resistance caused the Syrian army to resort to the Scorched Earth strategy, as it used all it had to pound the city, causing the death and injury of many civilians. At this point, the FSA withdrew completely from the city. 

After the withdrawal of the FSA, and at 3:00 pm on the same day, an enormous amount army forces invaded the city. The burned and destroyed homes, markets, businesses, and farms. Medical storages were also burnt. Snipers were deployed in large number all around the city. 

*Videos that document deaths and injuries for that day*
Abu Nidal Qadra, killed in random shelling
Two dead children
Corpses of those who were killed
A photo of Basel Abu Allin
A photo of Majal Albalshah
The child, Adel Alabbar
Photos of victims who were detained then executed
Maan Alzardah
Those wounded by the shelling
Those wounded by rocket fire and the awful conditions
Wounded individuals

On the following Saturday through Sunday, Syrian forces started to break into houses and indiscriminately kill whoever they find. Summary executions and collective killings were tactics that were also used. Entire families were annihilated using such tactics. Some of the families which were documented by the network are the “Saqa” family, which Is known for its righteousness, morality, and knowledge, the “Alon” family, and the “Foqa’ah” family. The murderous forces did not stop there. For they also mutilated the bodies of the dead, distorted them, and burnt them, so that human rights organizations and the families be unable to identify the dead. 

It is at this point when the biggest massacre occurred, the massacre of the Abu Sulaiman Aldarani Mosque and its surroundings. Many civilians sought refuge in a home near the mosque. Later, the bodies of 156 people were found piled up in that same place. Nineteen of the dead were women, and three were children. 

Videos and photos documenting the events of the 25-26/8/2012
The child, Asmaa Abu Allin
The Abu Sulaiman Mosque Massacre
Big number of victims that were killed by army forces and Shabiha

Pictures of victims 25/8
Photos from one of the massacres
A photo of Zahra Dyoub
Photos of some corpses

Videos from 26/8/2012
Infants killed by the shelling
The massacres that were discovered in Daraya
The Balafsi family
A massacre in an apartment (7 dead)
Bodies of 14 people who were summarily executed in their home
Discovered bodies
Photo documentation of victims
The burial of victims in mass graves

On Monday, the army forces withdrew and positioned themselves outside the city. The head of the police headquarters in Daraya was executed by army forces along with other policemen for allegedly “aiding terrorists”. 

Regime forces also looted the Red Cross’s storages which contained nutritional supplies and medicines. 

After the army’s withdrawal, 35 bodies were found of civilians who were detained and then executed by army forces. Four of them are women and three are children. 
Videos documenting that days’ events
Corpses of the victims:
Photos of the bodies:

The Syrian Network for Human Rights’ team was able, through the coarse of many days, to document the names of the dead. This was achieved through communicating with witnesses, relatives of victims, and activists on the ground (who can be reached via Skype). The United Nations has to pressure the Syrian regime to allow international committees to come to Syria and investigate. 

The Syrian Network for Human Rights documented 524 names, most of whom if not all are civilians, since the FSA withdrew from the city. The presence of 61 dead women proves the regime’s targeting of civilians.

Hasan Abu Al-Barghal
Basil Muslim Abuleen
Samira Mohammed Karim Abuleen
Hameed Abuleen
Malak Abdulikram Abu Al-Hawa
Ahmed Abu Assad
Anas Basheer Abu Bakr
Ayman Nooraldeen Abu Bakr
Mohammed Mustafa Abu Zayd 
Khaldoun Sobhi Abu Kim 
Shaker Abu Kim
Adulrahman Mahmoud Abu Kim 
Mahmoud Abu Kim 
Yusuf Mahmoud Abu Kim 
Abodey Alalrzaq
A victim whose first name has not been given, last name is Aal Alamam
Ayman Aboor
Motaz Adulraheem aboor
Elaa Haitham Alaqdar
Mohammed Amoun
Saeed Ibrahim Al Amir
Louay Yusuf Al Amir
Samir Aba
Ahemd Samir Aba
Adnan Moheddin Baz Allah
Ayman Ahmed Bakeer
Sergeant Al Badawi (Daraa)
Ayman Ibrahim Badawi
Ahmed Badawi
Samir Barishu
Samir Bakri Albassrik 
Khalid Bakri Basha
Amer Balabeshu
Ibrahim Mohammed Balabeshu
Mohammed Saeed Balabeshu
Mohammed Alblaqsi
Ahmed Alblaqsi
Wael Blaqsi
Sameer Blaqsi
Ratib Blaqsi
Mohammed Hosni Albalkhy (Daraa)
Jamal Saed Albalshi
Bashar Salah Al-deen Bihloun 
Elaa Albayad
Enas Berqdar
The wife of Mohammed Abdulhafith Musa Alsaqa
Widad Berqdar
The wife of Khalid Abdulhafith Musa Alsaqa
Nidaal Elayan Tablu
Ahmed Tablu
Ahemd Taqali
Hayat Taqali
Ahmed Al-taqy
Maysaa Fouad Tallo
Mohammed Taweem
Ahmed Jabry
Adnan Juha
Kamal Mahmoud Jrmany
Shafeeq Aljazir
Mahmoud kamal Aljazir
Khalil Jamour
Bashar Janeena
Maher Jamal Al-deen
Ramez Jamal Al-deen
Mariam Juju
Sayah Juju
Mamoon Alhajj Ameen
Adulrahman Hafiz
Muhanad Alhafiz
Saed Alhafy
Abu Bashar nicknamed Barghout
Abdo Habib
Tariq Habib
Adnan Khlaid Habib
Fatoom Habib
The wife od Mohammed Karim Abuleen
Adel Habib
Ahmed Hamed Habib
Mathar Abdo Habib
Ayat Habib (the daughter of Abu Adnan Habib)
Mariam Alhasan
Abu Sayah Hlabo
Abdo Mohammed Alhalaq
Adnan Mohammed Alhalaq
Noureldin Alhalaq
Wafaa Alhalaby
Amal Alhalaby
Aamer Alhalaby
Mohammed Noury Alhalaby
Name not given, from Aleppo
Hala Hilwani
A member of the Hamadeh family, his name was not received 
Firas Abdulwahab Hamdouny
Ismail Alhomsy (Daraa)
Mohammed Ammar Hussein Hamoudeh
Mariam Mohamoud Hamoudeh 
Mohammed Ali Ali Alhameed
Ali Alhameed
Anas Natheer Alhilu
Hasan Ahmed Alhilu 
The son of Hasan Ahmed Alhilu 1
The son of Hasan Ahmed Alhilu 2
Ammar Khalil Alhilu 
Basem Hasan Alhilu 
Yusuf Khalil Alhilu 
Anas Hasan Alhilu
Mohammed Adulaziz Alhilu
Hasan Khalil Alhilu
Muhamin Muti’ Howarna
Nada Muti’ Howarna
Zeyad Mohammed Hayder
Sibhi Hayder
Rateb Mohammed Khabaz
Aziza Khiryaty
The wife of Zyead Alhafith Musa Alsaqa
Mohammed Khiryaty 
Fatima Khashfi
Sabah Khashfi
Mohammed Khashfi 
Saed Omar Khashfi
Anas Rafat Khashini
Ibrahim Mohammed Khashini
Mohammed Ibrahim Khashini
Fayad Abdulmajid Khashini
Ahmed Mohammed Khashini
Mohammed Sulaiman Khashini
Elaa Sulaiman Khashini
Ali Abdulkhader Khashini
Ayham Majid Khashini
Ammar Mounir Khashini
Ghassan Mounir Khashini
Ahmed Naeem Khashini
Osama Naeem Khashini
Mohammed Naeem Khashini
Yaseen Basheer Khashini
Ahmed Idris Khashini
Yusuf Naeem Khashini
Abdulaziz Khalil Khashini
Yaseen Basheer Khashini
Samah Alkhatib
Mohammed Alkhatib
Firas Alkhatib
The neighbor of Fatih Alkhatib
Abdulrahman Alkhatib
Abdo Alkhatib
Mahmoud Ahmed Alkhatib
Majd Alkhatib 
Zuhair Alkuld
Shafiqa Alkuld 
Rajaa’ Khuwaldi
The wife of Adulhafith Musa Alsaqa
A man from the family of Aal Khaldun, first name not given
Abu Saleem Kholayni 
Mohammed Kholayni
Ghassan Kholayni
Ameen Kholyani
Abu Mohammed Kholyani
Rushdi Abdulaziz Kholayni
Kamal Kholayni
Ali Kholayni
Abdulraheem Kholayni
Sahar Kholayni nicknamed Zahra
Mohammed Fouad Mohammed Adnan Kholayni
Walid Dawud
Ibtisam Dabas
Ghassan Dabas
Hussein Shahadeh Dabas
Mohammed Ali Aldahleh
Abdullah Saleh Darahem
Abu Shaker Aldrzy
Abu Noor (given name is unknown, from Daraa)
Isaam Darweesh 
Radwan Aldaas
Marhaf Omar Daghmoush
Abu Yassir Daqo
Iyad Daqo
Osama Fayez Daqo
Muayed Radwan Aldowshi
Adel Yusuf Deerani
Nuzha Diyuob
Wuhayed Yahya Thukary (Homs)
Leen Khalid Thukary
Mohamoud Rajih 
Ahmed Rajih
Ayman Rajih
Fares Rajih
Mohammed Rajih
Mahmoud Rajih
The son of Abu Abdo Rajih
Mariam Eman Rajih
Faysal Eman Rajih
A man from the Rajih Family, unreceived name 
Randa Rajab
Muhanad Rajab
Majda Rajab
Hussam Rajab
Tharaa’ Rajab
Mohammed Fayad Rajab
Mohammed Saed Raheel (Daraa)
Mazen Alrifayi
Abdulrahman Alrifayi
Ahmed Alrifayi (Daraa)
Ahmed Adnan Ranko
Khalil Rahwani
Abdullah Khalil Alrahwani
Mahmoud Abdullah Alrahwani
Rafat Bassem Zarda
Ma’in Zarda
Mufiq Zarda
Ahmed Subhi Alzaeem 
Kassem Zamzam
Muhanad Ahmed Alzahr
Samir Shafeeq Alzahr
Abu Saleem Alzahr
Shady Mahmoud Alzahr
Abu Saed Aslzahr 
Ayman Mahmoud Alzahr
Hasan Mahoud Alzahr
Anwar Alzahr
Faouzi Abdulghani ziyadeh
Mustafa Saedeh
Mohammed Saedeh 
Wafaa Alsaqa, the wife of Hany Mudamany
Abdulhafith Habib Musa Alsaqa 
Khalid Abdulhafith Musa Alsaqa
Mohammed Abdulhafith Musa Alsaqa
Maher Abdulhafith Musa Alsaqa
Fatima Abdulhafith Musa Alsaqa
Noor Abdulhafith Musa Alsaqa
Elaa Abdulhafith Musa Alsaqa
Alaa Abdulhafith Musa Alsaqa
Anas Mohammed Musa Alsaqa
Ibn Khalid Musa Alsaqa
Raghda’ Shady Musa Alsaqa
Mohammed Shady Zeyad Musa Alsaqa
Rana Zeyad Musa Alsaqa
Noor Zeyad Musa Alsaqa 
Nidal Alsaqa
Ghayth Hamed Alsaqa
Ahmed Sweid
Mohammed Ahmed Alsayed
Omar Alshater
Hasan Mohammed Ibrahim Shaker
A Palestinian born in Egypt, unreceived name
Mohammed Shaban 
Omar Sulaiman Shahadeh 
Osama Shahadeh 
Bashar Shahadeh
Firas Sulaiman Shahadeh
Saowsan Mohammed Saed Shahadeh
Ahmed Emad Shurbaji
Mahmoud Omar Shurbaji
253. Anas Shurbaji
254. Khalid Mahdi Shu’aib
255. Sameer Hasan Shu’aib
256. Abu-Adnan Shella
257. Ghassan Mohammed Khalil Alshalq
258. Ali Ahmed Shamma
259. Ahmed Shamma
260. Redwan Amin Shamma
261. Eisa Shamma
262. Aamina Fares Shmashan
263. Mohammed Amer Sami Shamdin
264. Morhef Shehab
265. Ghassan Nusaib Alshawwa
266. Wardan Alshawwa
267. Fatima Mohammed Alsheikh
268. Amina Mohammed Alsheikh
269. Fatina Mohammed Alsheikh
270. Latifa Mohammed Alsheikh
271. Abdulrahman Mohammed Alsheikh
272. Ratib Sheikh-Alshabab
273. Jameel Waleed Subhi
274. Abdulraheem Ismaeil Siddiq
275. Bilal Sreim
276. Samir Ahmed Alsaleebi
277. Bashir Smadi
278. Fahd Smadi
279. Muhannad Smadi
280. Fadi Smadi
281. Kamal Sindiha
282. Abu-Ahmed Sawwan
283. Mohammed Yassin Alsos
284. Yassin Alsos
285. Yahya Badr Aldin Aldab’
286. Ibraheim Ezz Aldin Aldab’
287. Ratib Kamal Aldab’
288. Nazem Badr Aldin Aldab’
289. Seyah Badr Aldin Aldab’
290. Badr Aldin Mohammed Aldab’
291. Samir Badr Aldin Aldab’
292. Mazen Badr Aldin Aldab’
293. Saleem Hamed Talib
294. Rami Ahmed Taha
295. Nader Adnan Taha
296. Mohammed Taha
297. Fayyad Taha
298. Amer Taha
299. Yassin Taha
300. Ammar Taha
301. Omar Yusuf Alabbar
302. Ahmed Alabbar
303. Alaa’ Hussam Alabbar
304. Fahd Ahmed Alabbar
305. Adel Mohammed Alabbar
306. Hadeel Mohammed Alabbar
307. Aleen Mohammed Alabbar
308. Mayyada Alabbar
309. Nidal Alabbar
310. Subhi Ismaeil Alabbar
311. Riyad Esam Alabbar
312. Muhannad Alabbar
313. Raf’at Fares Alabbar
314. Mohammed Mustafa Alabbar
315. Sahar Alabed
316. Name has not been received yet (Ahmed Abbas Alsheikh-AbuRabee’s wife)
317. Hussain Fares Abdulbaqe
318. Siham Abdulhasan Salloum
319. Name has not been received yet (Hasam Mohammed Ibraheim Shakir’s wife)
320. Nidal Joma’a Abdulhay
321. Mohammed Khair Abdulhay
322. Zeyad Kamal Abdulhay
323. Waleed Tawfeeq Abdulghani
324. Abduallah Alabduallah
325. Sulaiman Ahmed Abdulwahhab
326. Name has not been received yet (From Abdulwahhab family)
327. Mohammed Hamouda Adnan Alsator
328. Rami Sa’eed Edeila
329. Abu-Hadeed Gharz Aldin
330. Ismaeil Alaraour
331. Ahmed Ezz Aldin
332. Abdulmalik Badawi Ezz Aldin
333. Mohammed Sa’eed Mohammed Khair-Alazab
334. Noor-Aldin Al’osh
335. Yassin Mohammed Alasfour
336. Diab Aloqla
337. Omar Hikmat Alloush
338. Oqla Salim Alali
339. Basim Abdo Ali BAsha
340. Name has not been received yet (known as ‘Bassam’ and nicknamed ‘Abu-Yassir’)
341. Hussain Alayyan (Abu-Bakr)
342. Abdulsattar Alayyan (Abu-Feras)
343. Mahmoud Alomar
344. Mohammed Deeb Owda Zkhour
345. Saif Abdulmajeed Eisa
346. Jameel Abd Aiwath (Abu-Abdo)
347. Sulaiman Ghbash
348. Eiad Ghazal
349. Bashar Ghazal
350. Mohammed Ghazal
351. MIhammed Nassir Mohammed Waheed Fattash
352. Nadia Mohammed Fatte
353. Ahmed Fatte (Abu-Emad)
354. Bilal Alfarwani
355. Ali Flaha
356. Zahir Munir Fayyad
357. Nabeel Munir Fayyad
358. Alaa’ Alfayyad
359. Riyad Qarout
360. Bilal Saleh Alqadi
361. Mohammed Rashid Qodra Abi-Nidal
362. Widad Qodra
363. Name has not been received yet (Widad Qodra’s son)
364. Mohammed Jihad Qodra
365. Einas Qodra
366. Name has not been received yet (Einas Qodra’s son)
367. Eiad Ismaeil Alqarh
368. Eiad Ismaeil Alqarh (Abu-Anas)
369. Mohammed Khair Abdulsalam Qreitim
370. Ibraheim Qreitim
371. Omar Qreitim
372. Khalid Khalil Qreitim
373. Saleem Hamdi Qreitim
374. Abu-Alnoor Qazzah
375. Bashar Riyad Qaffa’a
376. Bassam Riyad Qaffa’a
377. Esam Mowaffaq Qaffa’a
378. Mohammed Mowaffaq Qaffa’a
379. Wisam Mowaffaq Qaffa’a
380. Mohammed Jameel Qaffa’a
381. Riyad Jameel Qaffa’a
382. Adnan Jameel Qaffa’a
383. Mowaffaq Jameel Qaffa’a
384. Jameel Ahmed Qaffa’a
385. Rami Adnan Qaffa’a
386. Mohammed Fu’ad Qahwaji
387. Wisam Mohammed Fu’ad Qahwaji
388. Wi’am Mohammed Fu’ad Qahwaji
389. Waseem Mohammed Fu’ad Qahwaji
390. Somar Eid Kassah
391. Waseem Abdulrahman Kassah
392. Abdo Shafeeq Kassah
393. Emad Shafeeq Kassah
394. Yahya Shafeeq Kassah
395. Abu-Siyah Kassah
396. Maysar Kassah (Abu-Fares)
397. Manaf Kassah
398. Samer Kassah
399. Mohammed Kassah
400. Yassir Eid Kassah
401. Feras Alkashak
402. Mohammed Alkashak
403. Ali Kanakreyyeh
404. Ali Mohammed Kanakreyyeh
405. Khalid Mohammed Shehada
406. Aisha Tayseer Allaham
407. Mohammed Ibraheim Allaham
408. Rashid Mohammed Allaham
409. Nitah Layla Abu-Haitham
410. Mohammed Kamal Mohammed
411. Abdullah Mohammed Almohammed
412. Ibraheim Mahmoud
413. Ra’fat Mahmoud
414. Sabah Mahmoud
415. Name has not been received yet (Adel Mohammed Alabbar’s grandmother)
416. Mazhar Mohammed Mahmoud
417. Mohammed Shafeeq Mahmoud
418. Ahmed Rushdi Mahmoud
419. Kamel Mahmoud
420. Ezzat Rashid Murad
421. Rashid Ezzat Murad
422. Mohammed Khair Sa’eed Murad
423. Abdulhameed Murad (Ab-Hmeid)
424. Ahmed Anwar Murad
425. Mohammed Rashid Murad
426. Ahmed Rashid Murad
427. Jamal Ezzat Murad (Abu-Maher)
428. Mahmoud Ahmed Murad
429. Abdulmajeed Murad
430. Mahmoud Yassir Murad
431. Khaldoun Mirdash
432. Redwan Mirdash
433. Mohammed Mirdash
434. Muhannad Mirdash
435. Mohammed Hani Murstani (Abu-Badee’)
436. Ahmed Abdulqader Misto
437. Saria Abdulqader Misto
438. Bashar Ali Almshash
439. Majed Fares Almasri
440. Mustafa Almasri
441. Nisreen Subhi Almasri
442. Talal Ahmed Almasri
443. Kamal Mazhar Almasri
444. Name has not been received yet (From Almasri family)
445. Ezz Aldin Sharaf Almasri
446. Mohammed Zuhair Almasri
447. Mohammed Hasan Hani Mu’addamni
448. Shafeeq Mu’addamni
449. Tayseer Mu’addamni
450. Mahran Shihada Alma’kouk
451. Shihada Ibraheim Alma’kouk
452. Mazhar Ahmed Alma’kouk (Abu-Ahmed)
453. Alaa’ Khalil Manjad
454. Abu-Fayyad Hussain Mousa
455. Mohammed Bassam Almaydani
456. Name has not been received yet (Bab-Sreija District)
457. Sa’eed Alnaa’mi (Abu-Yassir)
458. Mariam Rashid Alnamous
459. Aamina Abdulaziz Alnamous
460. Salama Sa’eed Alnahhas
461. Ahmed Alnahhas
462. Jalal Nassar
463. Mohammed Nassar
464. Samir Anwar Alnakkash
465. Alaa’ Ahmed Alnakkash
466. Yahya Abdullattif Alnakkash
467. Mohammed Yahya Alnakkash
468. Mazen Yahya Alnakkash
469. Deyaa’ Ahmed Alnakkash
470. Abdullattif Alnakkash
471. Mohammed Ahmed Alnakkash
472. Ahmed Alnakkash (Abu-Alaa’)
473. Fadi Mohye-Aldin Alnakkash
474. Muhannad Mohye-Aldin Alnakkash
475. Mohammed Jamal Khalil Alnakkash
476. Fahd Mohye-Aldin Alnakkash
477. Ahmed Mohammed Nammoura
478. Ibraheim Mohammed Nammoura
479. Mahmoud Nammoura
480. Emad Nammoura
481. Nidal Nammoura
482. Emad Mohammed Nouh
483. Samir Sulaiman Nouh
484. Redwan Nouh
485. Mohye-Aldin Hadla (Abu-Ali)
486. Mazen Hadla
487. Hassan Hadla
488. Shadi Hussain Hadla
489. Nidal Hadla
490. Yusuf Mohammed Hadla
491. Osama Hadla
492. Samir Hamar
493. Mohammed Sha’ban Hanadi
494. Mohammed Ahmed Alhindi
495. Hussain Tayseer Alhindi
496. Sulaiman Ahmed Alhindi
497. Farzat Hasan Alhindi
498. Widad Alhindi
499. (Widad Alhindi’s brother)
500. Ma’moun Abdo Hawari
501. Amin Abdo Hawari
502. Khadija Alwin
503. Ali Alwin
504. Nash’at Alwin
505. Sameer Alwin
506. Adnan Alwin
507. Mohammed Alwin
508. Yassin Alwin
509. Akram Alwin
510. Maher Abdo Alwin
511. Yassir Nash’at Alwin
512. Sa’eed Alwin
513. Mohammed Anwar Yahya Alammouri
514. Name has not been received yet (nicknamed Abu-Alnoor)
515. Mohammed Ahmed Yahya
516. Name has not been received yet (Fatima Mousa Alsaqqa’s son)
517. Ahmed Yahya
518. Name has not been received yet (Fatima Mousa Alsaqqa’s husband)
519. Omar Qadri Yahya
520. Name has not been received (A woman who couldn’t be identified)
521. Name has not been received (Woman called Om-Diab)
522. Name has not been received yet (Jordanian)
523. Bashar (Full name has not been received)
524. Mohammed Ibraheim Alimam

We would like to note that this is all were able to document. For the death toll is much higher. However, man victims were quickly buried and others had their bodies distorted to the point where they could not be identified. Thus, the network was only able to identify and document the names above with accuracy.

The operation wounded 1160 people and there are 100 people missing

Chronological videos of the destruction nd aftermath of the operation
Still photos
Artillery shelling
The corpses were also subject ot the shelling
Military reinforcements
Still images of destruction
The search for victims in burn homes
Destruction in the Abu Sulaiman Mosque
Aftermath of the sheling
Animals were also victims of the shelling

Witness 1:Mohammed (mohammed.freedom)
Witness 2: Abu Kanan (hassan-jon)
Witness 3: daralezz

Anyone may communicate with these witnesses. There are more witnesses that are available. So for more information, communication can be made with the founder of the network via this address: 

We, in the Syrian Network for Human Rights, blatantly condemn this horrific massacre and all the massacres that preceded it. All these crimes, which the Syrian people are being subject to hourly, are categorized as violations of human rights. We hold the Syrian government and army, which are both lead by Bashar Alassad, fully responsible for these crimes. We also demand that the Security Council and the UN take swift action and make decisions in order to protect the civilians in Syria. We call upon the UN and the Security Council to live up to their claimed moral and legal responsibilities and to work towards bringing those responsible for crimes in Syria to the International Criminal Court

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