New Israeli rocket attacks strike Hezbollah on Homs-Palmyra highway
SOHR activists have reported hearing loud explosions in Homs city and surrounding areas. According to SOHR sources, the explosions were caused by new Israeli shelling on ammunition and missiles depot affiliated to the Lebanese Hezbollah in “Al-Hasan Ibn Al-Haytham” camp, on the road between Homs and Palmyra.
The explosion of the depot was so violent that shrapnel sprayed inside Homs city. It is note worthy that regime air defences attempted to intercept the “hostile” targets just before the explosion.
Reliable SOHR sources have confirmed that “Al-Hasan Ibn Al-Haytham” camp used to be specified for university training before being taken by the Lebanese Hezbollah as their headquarters a few years ago.
SOHR sources reported earlier this morning that sporadic explosions were heard in western part of Daraa province, caused by Israeli shelling targeting military posts of regime forces and Iranian militias in Tal Ahmar and rural Ma’ariya, west of Daraa, and the Tal al-Ahmar al-Gharbi area in Al-Quneitra near the administrative border with Daraa province in southern Syria. No details were reported about the amount of losses.