At least one civilian was killed in alleged Russian or Syrian regime airstrikes on Abdin village in Idlib governorate on May 7th, 2019, according to local sources.
Baladi News reported that two civilians were killed in airstrikes on the village of Abdin, Idlib countryside. Zaiton Mag reported one killed civilian by a helicopter strike. All other sources also reported only one death.
The Syrian Network for Human Rights (SN4HR) wrote: “Ali al Zraiq, from Ma’ret Harma village in Idlib governorate southern suburbs, was killed as Syrian regime forces helicopters dropped barrel bombs on the vicinity of Abdin village in Idlib governorate southern suburbs, on May 7.”
In another post, the SN4HR said that Al Salam Mosque in the village was targeted, partially destroying its building and damaging the furniture.
According to Zaman Al Wasl, the village was hit with two regime barrels. Whereas most sources blamed the regime, Al Araby and Edlib Media Center reported that both the Syrian regime and Russia had been responsible.
The local time of the incident is unknown.
- Ali Al Zraiq Age unknown male from Ma’ret Harma killed