Israeli strikes slam regime and Iranian positions in Damascus
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has monitored the sound of three explosions at least shock the areas in the capital Damascus and its countryside.
The explosions were caused by regime air defenses while trying to intercept missiles believed to be Israeli ones targeted positions of the regime forces and Iranian militiamen in the vicinity of the Damascus. No more details are yet to be known.
On November 20, SOHR reported that 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.
SOHR published that 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 five missiles on sites south and southwest of the capital Damascus.
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.
The sources added to the Syrian Observatory that this targeting took place against sites from which the four 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.