Two civilians were wounded in an alleged regime, Russian or Israeli artillery or rocket strike on Kafr Zeita, according to sources on the ground.
The Local Coordination Committees of Syria reported that “two civilians were wounded as a result of artillery shelling targeting the town of Kfar Zeita in the northern suburbs of Hama.” Facebook page Kafar Zeita identified the injured as Abdul Karim Salloum and Mohammed Al Karim.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights was among many sources blaming the regime. However, Kafar Zeita pointed to Russia, reporting that “about 70 shells from the Russian camps in Kubaybat, Al Kabriya and Al Trabayah hit the city [Kafar Zeita] since the middle of last night [March 10th]. The shelling has so far wounded two people.”
Mahmoud Al Hamwi posted a video of shelling on Youtube, reporting it as “Israeli shelling of the checkpoints of the regime ‘s militia on the town of Kafr Zeita, in the countryside of Hama.” Other sources did not mention Israeli forces.
The local time of the incident is unknown.