الگو:جنگ داخلی سوریه

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پرش به: ناوبری، جستجو
جنگ داخلی سوریه
بخشی از بهار عربی و
سرریز جنگ داخلی عراق
Syrian civil war.png
وضعیت نظامی فعلی: سرخ: دولت، زرد: کردستان سوریه، سیاه: داعش, سفید: جبهةالنصره، سبز: ارتش آزاد سوریه
(نقشه‌ای با جزئیات بیشتر را در Cities and towns during the Syrian Civil War ببینید). Map above was last updated on خطای اسکریپتی: پودمان «Iraq Syria map date» وجود ندارد..
تاریخ ۱۵ مارس ۲۰۱۱ (۲۰۱۱-03-۱۵) – present
(۵ سال، ۱ ماه، ۲ هفته و ۴ روز)
مکان سوریه (به برخی کشورهای همسایه نیز کشیده شده‌است)
وضعیت در جریان
تغییرات
قلمرو
  • در اوت ۲۰۱۵ مناطق تحت کنترل کامل دولت سوریه به بیش از ۲۹ هزار کیلومتر مربع یعنی یک‌ششم کشور کاهش پیدا کرده[۱۳]
مهمترین نیروها
سوریه

متحدین

 ایران
 روسیه

اپوزیسیون سوریه

سایر گروه‌های متحد:


جیش‌الفتح

شبه‌نظامیان متحد:

  • ائتلاف مهاجرین و انصار
  • جبهه انصارالدین
(SDF)

شبه‌نظامیان متحد:

کردستان کردستان عراق


CJTF–OIR:
ایالات متحده آمریکا
 کانادا
 فرانسه[۱۲]
 استرالیا
 ترکیه
 عربستان سعودی
 قطر
 اردن
 بحرین
 امارات متحده عربی
 مراکش
 بریتانیا
فرماندهان و رهبران

ایستادگی

نیروهای مسلح سوریه: ۱۷۸٬۰۰۰[۳۱] General Security Directorate: 8,000[۳۲]

National Defense Force: ۸۰٬۰۰۰[۳۳]

ایران: ۱۵٬۰۰۰[۳۴]

روسیه: ۴٬۰۰۰[۳۵]

Ba'ath Brigades: 7,000[۳۶][۳۷]

al-Abbas brigade: ۱۰٬۰۰۰[۳۸] (8,000 Iraqis)[۳۹]

Hezbollah: ۳٬۰۰۰–۵٬۰۰۰[۴۰]

Syrian Resistance: ۲٬۰۰۰[۴۱]

FSA: ۴۰٬۰۰۰–۵۰٬۰۰۰[۴۲]

Islamic Front: ۴۰٬۰۰۰–۷۰٬۰۰۰[۴۳]

Ajnad al-Sham Union: تا ۱۵٬۰۰۰

AD Front: ۱۳٬۰۰۰[۴۴]

Army of Mujahedeen: ۵٬۰۰۰[۴۵]–۱۲٬۰۰۰[۴۶]

al-Zenki movement: ۳٬۰۰۰+

Alwiya al-Furqan: ۲٬۰۰۰+


جیش‌الفتح:

۳۱٬۵۰۰[۴۹]–100,000[۵۰]

People's Protection Units (YPG): ۶۵٬۰۰۰[۵۱]

جبهة الاکراد: ۷٬۰۰۰[۵۲]
کشته‌شدگان و آسیب‌دیدگان

Syrian Government: ۵۲٬۰۷۷–۸۷٬۰۷۷ سربازهای کشته‌شده[۵۳][۵۴]
35,235–49,235 militiamen killed[۵۳][۵۴]
1,000 government officials killed[۵۵]
7,000 soldiers and militiamen and 2,000 supporters captured[۵۶]
ایران:
۵۴۱+ کشته[a]

InfoboxHez.PNG حزب‌الله:
۹۷۱ کشته[۵۳]
Other non-Syrian fighters:
۳٬۳۹۵ کشته[۵۳]

۸۰٬۷۶۲–۱۲۱٬۷۶۲ fighters killed[‡]
979 protesters killed[۶۳]

26,500 fighters and supporters captured or missing[۵۳]
ISIL:
۸٬۱۴۳ fighters killed[۶۴]
کردستان سوریه کردستان سوریه:
۱٬۲۷۶–۱٬۴۴۵ fighters killed[۶۵]
تلفات و خسارات

Syrian Government: ۵۲٬۰۷۷–۸۷٬۰۷۷ سربازهای کشته‌شده[۵۳][۵۴]
35,235–49,235 militiamen killed[۵۳][۵۴]
1,000 government officials killed[۵۵]
7,000 soldiers and militiamen and 2,000 supporters captured[۵۶]
ایران:
۵۴۱+ کشته[a]

InfoboxHez.PNG حزب‌الله:
۹۷۱ کشته[۵۳]
Other non-Syrian fighters:
۳٬۳۹۵ کشته[۵۳]

۸۰٬۷۶۲–۱۲۱٬۷۶۲ fighters killed[‡]
979 protesters killed[۶۳]

26,500 fighters and supporters captured or missing[۵۳]
ISIL:
۸٬۱۴۳ fighters killed[۶۴]
کردستان سوریه کردستان سوریه:
۱٬۲۷۶–۱٬۴۴۵ fighters killed[۶۵]

۷۴٬۴۲۶[۵۳]–۸۸٬۳۲۸[۶۶] (۲٬۹۹۶ تلفات جنگ داخلی سوریه) civilian deaths documented by opposition
۷۵ تلفات جنگ داخلی سوریه کشته


مجموعه کشته:
۳۴۰٬۱۲۴ (اکتبر ۲۰۱۵ SOHR estimate)[۵۳]
۲۲۰٬۰۰۰ (ژانویه ۲۰۱۵ سازمان ملل متحد estimate)[۶۷]


۱۳۰٬۰۰۰ captured or missing overall[۶۸]


Over ۷٬۶۰۰٬۰۰۰ internally displaced (according to کمیساریای عالی سازمان ملل برای پناهندگان by July 2015)

Over ۴٬۰۰۰٬۰۰۰ refugees (according to کمیساریای عالی سازمان ملل برای پناهندگان by July 2015)[۶۹][۷۰][۷۱]

  1. 165+ Iranian nationals, mostly IRGC officers, and 385+ Afghan/Pakistani IRGC recruits attached to the Fatimiyun Brigade and Zaynabiyun Brigade.[۵۷][۵۸][۵۹][۶۰][۶۱] The status of the Afghans and Pakistanis as members of the Iranian military are only vaguely acknowledged and sometimes denied, despite the troops being uniformed fighters led by IRGC officers. They also have been trained and equipped in Iran, are being paid salaries by the Iranian military, and receive state funerals involving uniformed IRGC personnel[۶۲]

Ω Some of the rebels that have been armed by the United States have given vehicles and ammunition to the جبهةالنصره.[۷۲]

* Also aligned with Syrian opposition forces[۷۳][۷۴][۷۵]

Number includes Kurdish and ISIL fighters, whose deaths are also listed in their separate columns[۷۶][۵۳][۵۴]


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