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On July 25, 2018, at least 50 persons, including women and children, were killed and dozens injured- in a preliminary toll death- as a result of suicide bombings and blasts that targeted sporadic areas in the predominantly-Druze al-Sweida province located south of Syria. The organization that called itself "the Islamic State" known as ISIS declared responsibility of the attacks, which coincided with its ground military offensive against villages located north of the province.  Dalia Hamza[1], the local activist who lives in al-Sweida city, said in an interview with STJ on July 25, 2018,...
From June 18 to July 3, 2018, five persons, including one female child, were killed and 17 others were injured as a result of falling indiscriminate mortar shells and rocket-propelled grenades on several locations in al-Sweida province southern Syria. Eyewitnesses were likely to accuse the Syrian regular forces for the shelling that coincided with its military campaign against the neighboring province of Daraa in which it could control over most of the province. On the other hand, other parties accused the armed opposition factions of being responsible for these attacks. According to the posts of
  Preface  After more than seven years of conflict in Syria, children remain the group at greatest disadvantage, as the ongoing violence has not only caused the killing and displacement of many children, but it also resulted in many of them having disabilities and deformities that they will suffer for the rest of their lives. This report aims to recounts the stories of children who became disable and maimed in 2018 and previous years, as a result of bombing their villages and towns in rural Hama and Idlib Governorates, held by...