Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Syria Claims Israel Warplanes Launched Missile Strikes Outside Of Damascus

BBC: Syria conflict: 'Israeli jets' strike outside Damascus

Syrian state media say Israeli jets have fired two missiles from Lebanese airspace which struck outside Damascus.

A military source told the Sana news agency that the missiles landed in the Sabboura area but caused no casualties.

The source did not say if anything was hit, but the highway from Lebanon to Damascus runs through the town.

The Israeli military has not commented. It is believed to have bombed weapons shipments intended for Lebanon's Hezbollah movement in the past.

Hezbollah, which fought a month-long war with Israel in 2006, has sent thousands of fighters to Syria to support President Bashar al-Assad's forces in the country's civil war.

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More News On Syrian Claims That Israel Warplanes Launched Missile Strikes Outside Of Damascus

'Israeli jets' strike outside Damascus, no casualties -- Al Jazeera
Syria: Israeli warplanes fired 2 missiles from Lebanese airspace that struck near capital, no casualties -- AP
Israeli air strikes reportedly hit Assad and Hezbollah arsenal and convoy in Syria -- International Business Times
Israeli warplanes launch 2 rockets across Syrian border that strike near Damascus -- RT
Syria says Israel bombed Hezbollah weapons convoy, regime weapons cache -- i24 News


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