Syrian Network for Human Rights: "28,000 children killed in Syria since 2011"

تحرير عبد الله الدرويش | ترجمة محمد غيث | تحرير الترجمة Vera Halvorsen 🕔 تم النشر بتاريخ : 20 نوفمبر، 2018 7:51:03 م خبر عسكري حقوق الطفل

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On Tuesday, the Syrian Network for Human Rights (SNHR) documented the killing of 28,226 children in Syria since 2011. 80 percent of the children were killed by the Syrian government forces.

The SNHR is a non-governmental and non-partisan organization, founded in June 2011, that monitors the Syrian Civil War. It is committed to all international criteria and declarations. SNHR aims to document human rights violations in Syria and to defend Syrian human rights in front of international forums and bodies.

The SNHR published a report titled “No Stability in Syria Before Syrian Children are Stable” on the occasion of the World Children's Day. The report said that the Syrian government forces killed 12,561 boys and 9,883 girls and added that the Russian forces killed 1,329 boys and 534 girls. The report noted that unidentified parties killed 985 children.

The report added that the military opposition factions killed 546 boys and 429 girls. The report said that the Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) killed 60 boys, and the Islamic State (IS) killed 547 boys and 290 girls.

The report added that the International Coalition killed 589 boys and 297 girls, and that the People's Protection Units of the Autonomous Administration killed 91 boys and 76 girls.

The report noted that 4,469 children were arbitrarily arrested or forcibly disappeared by all military sides in Syria, saying that the Syrian government forces detained 3,155 children, the Autonomous Administration detained 588 children, and the IS detained 396 children. The report added that the opposition military factions detained 309 children and the HTS detained 21 children.

Earlier, international human rights and humanitarian organizations published reports documenting violations and aggressions against children in Syria. The reports said that war and displacement affected the children on educational and psychological levels, amid civil society groups' failure to provide psychological and moral support for them.

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