Death Toll for February 2015
First: Government forces
SNHR documented the death of 1251 people by government forces, distributed as following:
Government forces killed no less than 1044 civilians, including 139 children (five children a day), no less than 123 women, and no less than 74 victims who were tortured to death, including a child (three deaths under torture a day).
The percent of children and women victims reached 26%, which is a clear indication of the purposed targeting of civilians by governmental forces.
Governmental forces killed no less than 207 rebels by shelling operations or during clashes.
Second: Kurdish forces
Killed 16 civilians including eight children and a victim who was tortured to death.
Third: Extremist groups
SNHR documented the killing of 82 by extremist groups as follows:
A. Civilians: 34 civilians were killed including a child and a victim who was tortured to death.
B. Rebels: Daesh killed no less than 10 during clashes with armed opposition factions or by field-executing prisoners.
A. Civilians: killed five civilians including two victims were tortured to death.
B. Rebels: killed 33 rebels during clashes with armed opposition factions or by field-executing prisoners.
Fourth: Armed opposition factions
SNHR documented the killing of 96 victims by armed opposition as follows:
A. Civilians: killed 91 civilians including 23 children, 18 women, and a victim who was tortured to death.
B. Rebels: five rebels were killed during clashes between armed opposition factions.
Fifth: International alliance forces
We recorded six killings by the international alliance forces including three women.
Sixth: Other cases
We recorded 96 other killing incidents including 14 children, 9 women, and 16 rebels