Israeli airsrikes renew on Syrian territory, targeting two military airports and other locations in rural Homs and Al-Quneitra
The Syrian Observatory has monitored a new Israeli shelling inside Syrian territory. Israeli aircraft has targeted on Thursday morning, with more than ten missiles, two military airport: Al-Dabaa in western countryside of Homs and Al-Shayrat in eastern countryside of Homs, as well as the area of Kodana and Al-Qahtania in rural Al-Quneitra.
Regime anti-aircraft systems tried to intercept the missiles. The Syrian Observatory has not documented human or material losses to date.
On March 2, SOHR activists reported that an Israeli drone targeted a vehicle belonging to regime-backed militias in Ain Al-Tinah area, west of Hudr town.
The strike burned down the vehicle completely. However, it is not known whether anybody has been in the vehicle or not.
On February 27, SOHR sources report that an Israeli drone struck the vehicle of a fighter in “Syrian Resistance forces to Liberate Golan Heights”, leaving him dead. According to SOHR sources, the targeting occurred at the southern entrance of Hudr town in Al-Quneitra countryside.
On February 24, Syrian Observatory activists reported that the Israeli bombardment on positions, south of Damascus, left six fatalities: two Palestinians in Islamic Jihad Movement and four Iranian-backed militiamen one of whom is Syrian. The identity of the other three militiamen is still unknown.
The Israeli strikes hit a position where the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) and Islamic Jihad Movement were located in the south of the capital Damascus, a few kilo meters away from Damascus international airport.