Violent explosions shook the capital of Damascus and its vicinity, several sources told the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights that they were caused by the fall of missiles which targeted places near Jamraya, which includes a scientific research center at the outskirts of the capital and its surroundings, and the sources confirmed to the Observatory that the shelling took place with missiles launched by Israeli warplanes, and the explosions were accompanied by flashes in the shelling area believed to be caused regime’s air defense launching its missiles to intercept the missiles and prevent them from hitting their targets, where the Syrian Observatory learned that the targets are warehouses and locations belong to the regime forces and their allies.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published on the 2nd of December 2017 that the Ambiguity is still surrounding the identity of the site which was targeted by the missiles fired on the southwestern Rif Dimashq last night, and it is not known until now whether the target is related to the regime forces or their allied, which was shelled by the Israeli forces by several missiles fell on the site which is located near Al-Kiswah area, in the area where the first division of the regime forces operating, in the far of southwestern Rif Dimashq, and cross sources confirmed that the site which was targeted is an arsenal, and it was targeted after the midnight of Friday – Saturday, by missiles fired by the Israeli forces on places in Al-Kiswah area, and no information was reported about casualties caused by the targeting that took place after a month of a similar targeting by missiles to a military construction in Hisyah area in Homs countryside, while flash was seen several times over the outskirts of the capital Damascus and its countryside, accompanied by power cut in the area, and the regime’s anti aircraft targeted at least two of these missiles, in which the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published on the 1st of November 2017, that violent explosions shook south of Homs city, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that the explosions were caused by Israeli rocket strikes against a military establishment in the Hisyah area south of Homs city, the sources suggested to the Syrian Observatory that the facility was a rocket depot, and it is not known whether these rockets belong to the Lebanese Hezbollah of the regime, and no information has been received yet about the size of casualties in the site of the strikes, also the strikes caused fires in the vicinity of the military establishment in the industrial area of Hisyah.
And the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published on the 22nd of September 2017 that Israeli shelling targeted arsenals of the Lebanese Hezbollah near Damascus International Airplane, and cross-sources confirmed to Syrian Observatory for Human Rights that the shelling carried out by missiles fired by warplanes were fling outside the Syrian airspace, and the targeting resulted in destruction and damage in the places where the missiles fell, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published on the 26th of June 2017 that an Israeli warplanes targeted a location of the regime forces in the countryside of Al-Quneitra which killed a member of the regime forces , also the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published that violent explosions rocked at dawn of the 7th of September 2017, the western countryside of Hama. The SOHR learned that the explosions were caused by Israeli missile strikes that targeted the northeast of Mesyaf city located in Hamacountryside. Cross sources confirmed to the SOHR that the shelling targeted a vanguard camp, a short and medium-range missile depot and a scientific research center where some of the regime’s allied militiamen, of non-Syrian nationalities, who are fighting in the regime’s side in Hama, were present. As a result, at least 7 members of the regime forces were killed and injured. Whether there are casualties among the regime’s allied militiamen is still unknown.