Two to four civilians were reported killed in airstrikes on a camp for displaced people in Ma’ret Harma, Idlib, on July 10th.
Syrian Network for Human Rights states that “Mahmoud Mohammad al Ali, a member of Civil Defense- Kafr Zita center – was killed along with his daughter Yasmin as warplanes we believe were Russian fired missiles on houses of IDPs north of Ma’aret Harma village, Idlib, on July 10th.” While some sources described Yasmin as a child, others said she was aged 18 when she was killed by the airstrike.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights documented “the death of at least four citizens, including a child and a woman, in targeting by Russian warplanes of a community of displaced people, on the outskirts of Ma’aret Hurmah town in the southern countryside of Idlib. The operations to remove the rubble continues by the rescue teams.”
Saer Alhusain posted saying that Samer Abdul Razzaq Al Hussein, nicknamed Abu Abdo was also killed.
Other sources cited three dead and others wounded in the incident.
Eleven sources attributed the strike to Russian forces, while one source named both the Syrian regime and Russia in reporting the incident. Five other sources did not positively attribute blame.
The local time of the incident is unknown.
The victims were named as:
Family members (2)
- Mahmoud Mohammad al Ali Member of Syria Civil Defense killed
- Yasmin al Ali 18 years old female killed
- Samer Abdul Razzaq Al Hussein Adult male killed