UN Report on NW Syria School and Hospital Bombings

The United Nations recently completed their investigation of what had been reported in the press as the “wholesale slaughter of innocents” in northwest Syria. Of the seven incidents, the UN Board determined that only one had actually resulted in civilian deaths, and the evidence suggested that either opposition rebels or al-Qaeda affiliates were to blame.

Martyr Akram Ali Ibrahim Al-Ahmad Secondary School in Madiq Castle, Governorate of Hama, on 28 April 2019.

No deaths.

Rakaya Primary Health Care Centre in Rakaya Sijneh, Governorate of Idlib, on 3 May 2019.

No deaths.

Kafr Nabutha Primary Health Care Centre and Surgical Unit in Kafr Nabutha, Governorate of Hama, on 7 May 2019.

No deaths.

Deaths and injuries occurring at, Nayrab Palestine Refugee Camp in Aleppo, Governorate of Aleppo, on 14 May 2019.

11 persons were killed, and several people were injured. “The Board found that it was probable that the strike was carried out either by armed opposition groups or by Hayat Tahrir al-Sham, noting that the vast majority of the evidence provided to it was to that effect.”

As-Suqylabiyah National Hospital in As-Suqylabiyah, Governorate of Hama, on 26 May 2019.

No deaths.

Kafr Nobol Surgical Hospital in Kafr Nobol, Governorate of Idlib, on 4 July 2019.

No deaths.

Ariha Protection Centre in Ariha, Governorate of Idlib, on 28 July 2019.

No deaths.

Source: ReliefWeb.

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