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A Comprehensive Statistic Regarding the Civilians Killed in the Syrian Revolution (Names, time, locations, images, and video)

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A statement from the Syrian Network for Human Rights: the number of civilians killed in Syria exceeds the death toll of the Libyan revolution.

Civilians Killed

A statement from the Syrian Network for Human Rights: the number of civilians killed in Syria exceeds the death toll of the Libyan revolution.
A statistic covering the time period of 18/3/2011 to 31/8/2012
The civilian death toll of the Syrian revolution has reached a total of 25,860 deaths. The Syrian Network for Human Rights cannot document deaths on both armed sides (FSA and Syrian Army) due to the regime not allowing the network to work on Syria territory. It is only In rare cases that the network is able to document deaths on the sides of the Syrian Army of the Free Syrian Army.

Total death toll: 25869
Children: 1822
Female children: 558
Male children: 1284
Women: 1918
Those detained then tortured to death: 804
*Important note: In official wars, it is expected that women and children makeup no more than 2% of the death toll. However, in the case of the Syrian regime, the network calculated:
7% of the victims in Syria are women and children

This means that the Syrian regime exceeded 3x the expected 2%. This phenomenon testifies to the Syrian regime’s systematic shelling and killing of civilians. The civilians of Syria have every right to be protected by the international community and human rights organizations. However, no bit of protection has reached the Syrian people nor did the killing stop for a moment.

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