Residential neighbourhoods of Kafr Nabil were subject to a number of airstrikes on May 24th, leading to the death of one child, named Ahmad Mahmoud Salah al-Satam, according to local media.
With a number of sources referring to “others wounded”, Smart News claimed that the rest of Ahmad’s family were hospitalised as a result of the strikes. Although the majority of sources attributed blame to the Syrian Regime, Euphrates Post and Hamah Now named Russia as responsible for the strikes.
In a video released by Smart News, activist Mohammed al-Ja`ar stated that “the planes targeted three mosques and several houses in the city”, with one of the mosques damaged named as Omar Bin al Khattab mosque by the Syrian Network for Human Rights.
As one alleged incident of many, Shaam News reported that Friday prayers in mosques were cancelled in the cities and towns of Idlib and Hama as result of continued airstrikes.
Smart News reported that “the forces of the regime and Russia have been carrying out intensive aerial bombardment of Idlib and Hama for weeks, killing and injuring hundreds of civilians, displacing hundreds of thousands of people and causing extensive damage to infrastructure, especially hospitals and schools.”
The incident occured in the morning.
- Ahmad Mahmoud Salah Al-Sheikh or al-Satam Child male killed