Between four and six civilians, including up to four women and two children, were reported killed and six civilians were injured as a result of alleged Russian or Syrian airstrikes on the village of Jadraya in the southwestern Idlib countryside on February 5, 2020.
Regarding civilian harm, Shaam and @thiqanewsagency reported that four civilians died during the airstrikes on Jadraya. EyadHoms20, a local activist, initially tweeted that four civilians were killed, though he later revised his estimate to five, including three women and a child. According to multiple sources, the victims were a displaced family from the village of Al Kamari. @FSLA2011 identified them as Noha, daughter of Asaad Al-Fahd (F), Faris Abdul Razzaq (M), Saffa Abdul Razzaq (F), Marwa Abdul Razzaq (F) and Majeeda Abdul Razzaq (F).
The Syrian Network for Human Rights stated “that six civilians from the same family, including a girl and four women, IDPs from [Kamari] village in the southern suburbs of Aleppo governorate, were killed (…).” According to Kara al Safrani, six civilians, including two children of one family, died during the attack on the village of Jadraya.
Sources were conflicted as to who was responsible for the strike, with Jesr press attributing the strikes to Regime and Russian forces while more than ten sources attributed the strike to the Russian Armed Forces.
The incident occured in the evening.