Up to 16 civilians were reported injured in airstrikes on Jarjanaz, Idlib, on August 13th.
Halab today stated that “nine people, including four women and two children, were injured in aerial cluster bombardment on Jarjanaz town.” According to Zaman Al Wasel, White Helmets confirmed that three men and four women were wounded by shelling with cluster bombs that targeted the town of Jarjanaz.
Baladi News also reported that “nine civilians were wounded when the regime’s warplanes bombed SU24s on residential neighborhoods in Jarjanaz town, east of Maaret al-Nouman, in the southern countryside of Idlib.”
However, SMART agency said that “16 civilians were wounded, as a result of airstrikes by the Syrian regime forces on the town of Jarjanaz (37 km south of Idlib), in northern Syria.”
@Mnar18049738 tweeted that the town was targeted with two raids, the first with three cluster missiles, and the second with six.
Syrian Network for Human Rights stated that “Syrian regime warplanes fired a missile on al Rahman Mosque in Jarjanaz town in the southern suburbs of Idlib governorate, partially destroying its building and damaging its furniture, on August 13th.”
One source attributed the attack to Russian forces, while two named the Syrian regime as the belligerent responsible for the airstrike. Another source did not positively attribute blame.
The local time of the incident is unknown.