100,000 refugees fled bloody Assad regime Syria in August alone, the highest monthly total since the uprising began.
The rise in people seeking asylum from murderous Alawites in neighboring countries brings the total of Syrian refugees registered or awaiting registration to 234,368 as of September 2.
Meanwhile, in Aleppo, supplies are dwindling, with access to parts of the city are impossible.
About 5,000 people were killed by Assad regime in August, the highest toll in the 17-month old uprising and more than three times the monthly average.
Turkish authorities say they have taken in 80,000 refugees, while Jordan says up to 183,00 Syrians have entered their country since the uprising began in February 2011.
1,600 Muslims were killed by Alawites last week alone, also the highest figure for the entire uprising.