Russian airplanes targeted Jabal Al-Summaq or “Jabal Al-Druze” (as referenced to by residents from the Druze sect), in the western countryside of Idlib, allegedly killing two people and wounding up to seven others, with vacuum missiles, on Monday November 22nd 2021.
The correspondent for Step News Agency reported that “Russian warplanes bombed with high-explosive vacuum missiles the vicinity of Talita village in Jabal Al-Summaq, east of Kafr Takhari”. Step Agency added that the residents still live in their villages as the area has not been targeted for several years.
According to a Facebook user, Suwayda24, the two civilians were called Ayman al-Qudah and Ibrahim Najdo and they were described as “young”.
Apparently, the strikes targeted workers picking olives on agricultural land and seven of those workers were injured. Although Sham News reported that “the sources pointed out that the Russian warplanes targeted the outskirts of the aforementioned village with several air raids, terrifying the residents, and causing great panic to the residents of the area, as the raids affected an agriculturl road while two civilians were passing on a motorcycle, causing their deaths.”
The incident occured during the day.
- Ayman al-Qudah Adult male killed
- Ibrahim Najdo Adult male killed
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Reports of the incident mention the outskirts of the village of Teltita (تلتيتا). Analyzing audio-visual material from sources, Airwars has narrowed down the location to these exact coordinates: 36.109888, 36.549981.