Israeli missile targets military base near Damascus

Posted December 03, 2017

Aljazeera reports that the Israeli raid was targeted at government military sites and Hezbollah positions and that the sound of large explosions caused by the raid was heard in the capital and surrounding areas.

On October 16th, the army Air Defense intercepted Israeli aircrafts which penetrated the Syrian airspace near the Lebanese borders and directly hit one of them.

Two missiles were intercepted, according to the Syrian State TV, but the base suffered material damages, he extent of which is still not clear.

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Meanwhile Times of Israel reported the incident quoting Arab media. Israel does not, as a rule, comment on reported strikes in Syria.

Israel acknowledged it carried out numerous aerial operations in the war-torn country to prevent shipments of Iranian missiles from reaching the Hezbollah militant group, a sworn enemy of the Jewish State.

Earlier, in November, the Israel Defense Forces shot down a drone over the Syrian Golan Heights. This military facility has never been confirmed by anybody as actually belonging to Iran, but Israeli outlets played that narrative up as part of the "Iranian threat".

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The Syrian conflict began in March 2011 against the Assad government, but it morphed into a civil war that has killed hundreds of thousands of people.

The pro-Syrian regime Al-Masdar News said the IAF fired several missiles at an ammunition storage site belonging to what it said was the "1st Division".

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