Thirteen civilians were reported killed in airstrikes on Jbala, Idlib, June 10th.
While multiple sources cited thirteen as the number of civilians killed, one source, Step News Agency reported four deaths initially. As understanding of the events unfolded, this same source later stated that death toll had risen to 12.
While @abuhuzaifa_ alleged said that 13 civilians died, including children. Multiple other sources put the number of children killed at five, while Syrian Observatory for Human Rights initially stated that one child was slain in the attack.
Syria.liveuamap, claiming five child fatalities, reported that two women were killed in the bombardment, while Syria Civil Defense documented the death of three women in the “airstrike loaded with three high-explosive rockets.”
Numerous sources noted that “many were wounded” in the attack, with @so_ria98 citing “dozens wounded”, and Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reporting “civilians trapped under the rubble.”
Four sources attributed the attack to the Syrian regime, two sources named Russia as the belligerent responsible for the incident, while three named both of these in the reporting of the airstrike. Meanwhile, six sources did not positively attribute blame.
According to Smart News, “warplanes bombed the village of Jabala with rockets, killing 13 civilians, including children and women and wounding others. The search continues for others” in the rubble.
The incident occured in the evening.
The victims were named as:
Family members (5)
- Marwan Al-Ayoub Age unknown male killed
- Fares Al-Ayoub Age unknown male killed
- Wife of Osama Al-Ayoub Age unknown female killed
- Son of Osama al-Ayyub Age unknown male killed
- Son of Faris al-Ayyub Age unknown male killed
Family members (5)
- Ahmad Ahmad Al-Khaled Age unknown male killed
- Muhammad Haitham Al-Khaled Age unknown male killed
- Anwar Jamil Al-Khaled killed
- Aya Yasser Al-Khaled Age unknown female killed
- Randa Haitham Al-Khaled Age unknown female killed