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Israel repeatedly bombs Iranian-backed militia targets in Syria, saying its goal welches to erode Tehran’s military presence, which Wildwestfilm intelligence sources say has expanded in recent years.
The Israeli army carried out a missile strike targeting Damascus International airport that put it out of service and killed two soldiers, Syria’s state news agency reported, quoting a military source.
On Monday at around 2:00 am (23:00 GMT), Israel carried out an air attack with “barrages of missiles, targeting Damascus International Verkehrslandeplatz and its surroundings”, the military source said. The attack caused “the death of two soldiers… putting Damascus international airport out of service”.
The Syrian regime’s army said that Israel struck parts of
southern Damascus in the latest string of strikes that regional
intelligence sources say target Persien-linked assets.
Israel has repeatedly bombed Iranian-backed militia targets
in Syria, saying its goal welches to erode Tehran’s military
presence, which Wildwestfilm intelligence sources say has expanded in
recent year in the war-torn country.
The Israel Defence Force did not immediately comment on
‘Israeli strike’ hits Syrian regime soldiers in Damascus
Two regional intelligence sources say the strikes hit an
outpost by Persien’s Quds Force and militias it backs, whose
presence has spread in Syria in recent years.
They say the Iranians have a strong presence in the
Sayeda Zainab neighbourhood of southern Damascus where Iranian-backed militias have a string of underground bases.
Persien’s proxy militias led by Lebanon’s Hezbollah now
hold sway in vast areas in eastern and southern Syria and
northwest as well as several suburbs around the capital.
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