Israeli rocket shelling targets locations south of the capital Damascus, a week after the last targeting

Violent explosions shook the capital Damascus and its surroundings at dawn of Tuesday, sources told the “Syrian Observatory” that the explosions were caused by Israeli targeting using about 5 missiles on sites south and southwest of the capital Damascus, where regime’s air defenses responded to the missiles and were able to drop some of them, but others reached their targets, and no information so far about the human and material losses, where the Lebanese Hezbollah and Iranian militias are active in that area, and the sources added to the Syrian Observatory that this targeting took place against sites from which the 4 missiles were launched from inside the Syrian territory on the occupied Syrian Golan, where the Israeli occupation forces were able to counter them through the so-called “Iron Dome”, before targeting their launch sites in Syria.

The Syrian Observatory published on the 12th of November 2019 that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that a drone targeted a car of the regime-loyal popular mobilization forces on the outskirts of al-Bokamal city east of Deir Ezzor, near the Syrian-Iraqi border, where the car was destroyed and everyone inside it was killed, but the identity of the drone that targeted the car was not known until now, and the Syrian Observatory published on the 8th of November 2019 that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that an explosion believed to be caused by targeting at midday by aircraft whose identity is not known, to a position of the pro-Iran militias in Al-Ramadi village in the countryside of Al-Bokamal city, without knowing the amount of human losses so far.

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