Revolutionary Command Council in Damascus Suburbs | Daily Report
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
Twenty residents were killed across the suburban area this Tuesday; Dareyya 9 (a victim from Alqadam district in Damascus), Mu’adamyyat Asham 5, Douma 2 and a victim in each of the following: Zamalka, Anneshabiah and Harasta.
Dumair: A warplane caught fire then exploded during landing in Dumair Military Airport.
Dareyya: Nine residents were killed and several others were wounded during indiscriminate rocket and artillery shelling on peaceful homes. Fierce gun battles took place at several fronts while the FSA killed and wounded several regime soldiers and destroyed a tank.
Almlaiha: Regime forces targeted the town with systematic shelling and aerial attacks causing major destruction in residential areas. Additionally, gun battles continued to take place in the vicinity of Air Defense Administration for 23 days in a row while the besieged residents lack power, water and all forms of communication.
Harran Al’awameed: Assad forces launched fierce rocket and mortar shelling as well as aerial bombardment with MiG fighter jets on the town for four days in a row forcing residents to evacuate their homes.
Mu’damyyat Asham: Regime forces targeted residential areas with fierce artillery shelling killing five residents. The shelling attacks were intensified during the evening hours. Furthermore, three victims were found in a room near a roadblock controlled by pro Assad militias.
Babila: Regime forces launched tanks and mortar shelling on residential areas and continued to besiege the town depriving its residents from water, power and all forms of communication for 89 days in a row.
Shab’aa: Fierce rocket and heavy artillery shelling targeted the town.
Bait Sahim, ‘Aqraba, Babila, Yelda and most of the southern suburban area: Fierce tanks, mortar and artillery shelling targeted the area for 63 days in a row. The humanitarian condition is deteriorating as residents continue to suffer severe shortage in most essential needs (food, babies’ milk, flour, medical supplies and fuels) and lack water, power and all forms of communication for two months in a row.
Harasta: Intermittent shelling targeted residential areas starting the early morning hours.
Qatana: Regime forces launched assault raids on Alhalaeh district and set two residences on fire.