During the month of November, no less than 57 vital centers were targeted as follows:
Government forces: 46 centers
Extremist groups: one center
Armed groups: six centers
Unidentified groups: four centers
The establishments that were targeted during November:
12 places of worship
Seven medical centers
Three bridges and water crossings
Two water stations
Two power plants
If the Security Council was unable to carryout Resolution 2139, adopted on 22 February, 2014, which states: “all parties immediately cease all attacks against civilians, as well as the indiscriminate employment of weapons in populated areas, including shelling and aerial bombardment, such as the use of barrel bombs.”, the Security Council at least should press on the Syrian regime to stop targeting vital places, which are usually crowded, such as schools, hospitals, markets, bakeries, and places of worships. This report highlights the documented attacks against vital facilities. It is worth noting that what we documented was the minimum due to the many practical obstacles we run across during our work.
SNHR affirms, through its investigations, that there were no military points or presence in these places before or during the attacks. The Syrian regime should justify its brutal attacks before the United Nations and the Security Council.