A report says Israeli military aircraft have fired four missiles against two targets inside Syria close to the highway connecting the capital Damascus, to the Lebanese capital Beirut. Rai al-Youm, an Arab world digital news and opinion website, carried the report on Wednesday, saying the attacks had struck a district identified as Sabourah.
from Press TV:
Israel is widely viewed as a staunch supporter of the Takfiri terrorists operating against the Damascus government.
The regime regularly targets the Syrian side of the Golan Heights, parts of which it has occupied since 1967.
Tel Aviv also provides treatment to anti-Syria Takfiri terrorists who sustain injuries on the battlefield against the Syrian army.
In the past, Israeli jets have time and again carried out sorties inside the Syrian territory under various pretexts.
Back in May, an Israeli strike against Damascus claimed the life of Mustafa Badreddine, a senior Hezbollah commander.
Lebanon’s Hezbollah resistance movement, which fought off two Israeli wars in 2006 and 2008 at home, has been successfully helping Syria to defend itself in the face of terrorists and to prevent the spillover of the crisis into Lebanon.