Jan 7, 2021
Israel reportedly hit Syria with airstrikes for the second week in a row late Wednesday evening.
The suspected Israeli missiles hit targets in southern Syria. Syrian air protection shot down among the missiles, which Israel launched from the Golan Heights, the state-run SANA information outlet reported.
The pro-opposition Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported that Israel struck Syrian authorities forces, the Lebanese group Hezbollah and Iranian positions west of town of Suwayda. Three individuals died and a radar system and weapons depots had been destroyed. One of the lifeless was from a Syrian army radar division, in accordance with the observatory. The London-based group additionally stated Syrian air protection intercepted among the missiles.
Israel is suspected of finishing up a number of airstrikes on Syria in current weeks. On Dec. 30, Israel struck Syrian army positions west of the capital, Damascus. That adopted different airstrikes in late November.
Israel doesn’t touch upon its army actions overseas, however Syria accuses Israel of being behind such operations. Israel views the presence of Iran and Hezbollah in neighboring Syria as a risk. Israeli leaders have hinted at their involvement in such airstrikes prior to now.