11 of the Iranian forces, their loyal militias, and the regime forces killed in the intense Israeli strikes on military positions in Damascus and Rif Dimashq
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored more details about the Israeli airstrikes that targeted the Syrian territory after midnight of yesterday, where the Israeli missiles targeted positions in al-Kiswah, Sasa Area, al-Mazzeh airbase, Jdaydet Artouz, Qudsaya suburb, and the surrounding Sahnaya south and southwest of the capital Damascus, where weapons and ammunition depots belong to the Quds Force of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps were destroyed, a camp for them was targeted as well, in addition to targeting batteries of ground-to-air missiles and positions of the regime forces, and the strikes caused casualties and injuries in the ranks of the regime forces, al-Quds Corps, and the militias loyal to them, where 11 of them were confirmed killed including 7 of non-Syrian nationality, while a young woman was injured by shrapnel due to the Israeli shelling in Qudsaya suburb, also a family of a man, his wife, and son were pulled from under the rubble of a house in Beit Sabir village in Sasa area after one of the Israeli missiles targeted the house.
The Syrian Observatory published hours ago that a loud explosions were heard in the capital Damascus and its vicinity at 1:30 am, and lasted for few minutes.
According to sources of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights; the explosions were caused by the regime’s air defenses while trying to intercept Israeli missiles that targeted positions of the “regime” and Iranian militias.
SOHR monitored the fall of several missiles on the vicinity of Qudsaya suburb and both southern and south-western Rif Dimashq, in conjunction with the sound of ambulances in the area amid confirmed information about human losses in the ranks of the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them.
Also large fires broke out in the targeted sites and they were clearly seen by the SOHR’s activists and the residents of the capital Damascus and its surroundings.