Israeli airstrike killed 2 Syrian civilians; 7 wounded: report | Bashar al-Assad News

According to the state news agency SANA, Israel’s “air aggression” in central Syria resulted in the death of two civilians and the wounding of seven others, most of whom were soldiers.

According to official media reports on Wednesday, Israeli airstrikes in central Syria killed two civilians and injured seven others.

The Syrian air defense force tried to intercept the attack over the city of Homs. The state-run news agency SANA said: “Israel has launched air strikes on parts of the central region, and the air defense system is responding.”

According to SANA, two civilians were killed, another civilian was seriously injured, and six other Syrian soldiers were also injured in the attack.

An unnamed military official was quoted as saying that the fighters fired missiles while flying over the airspace of neighboring Lebanon at 1:26 a.m. (23:26 GMT).

Israel has implemented Hundreds of attacks In reports on Syria in the past few years, there was no immediate comment. It rarely admits or discusses such operations.

The latest attack comes as Israel’s attacks on Syria have increased in recent weeks.

Last week, Syria said Israel had implemented An attack South of the capital Damascus. The attack came from the occupied Golan Heights and hit an empty facility without causing any casualties.

Earlier this month, two Syrian soldiers were Hurt After the Israeli air strikes on the eastern villages of Homs and near the coastal city of Tartus.

Israel has admitted that it has destroyed the bases of militias allied with Iran, such as the Lebanese Hezbollah organization that has deployed combatants in Syria. It stated that it attacked shipments of weapons believed to be destined for armed groups.

In this 10-year civil war, Hezbollah fought side by side with the army of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.

Israel stated that Iran’s presence on its northern border is a red line, providing justification for its air strikes on facilities and weapons in Syria.


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