المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Casualties occurred when Syria destroyed all Israeli missiles

Syrian air defense forces shot down almost all of the missiles launched by Israeli jets on the night of April 20 and the morning of April 21 (local time).


There are currently no types of attack missiles, nor any defensive systems that carry out the interception.
“Most of the enemy missiles have been shot down. Witnesses also said a series of explosions had occurred near Palmyra city in central Syria,” the Syrian air defense said.

The target was attacked near the ancient city of Palmyra, in central Syria. This is Israel’s latest attack on central Syria in the past three weeks.

Initial information on the damage figure shows that at least 1 Syrian soldier was killed and several others injured. But the situation could be more serious after the damage statistics are completed.

Although Syria has declared a counterattack, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR), Israel’s attack on Iranian and Iranian-backed forces in the desert near Palmyra.

Meanwhile, according to the latest information from the French media, the Israeli missile attack on the Tiyas airbase (also known as the T4 airport) near the city of the late Palmyra city caused 9 gunmen of Damascus die.

Of these, three are Syrian Army soldiers, the rest are “foreigners of unknown nationality”. It is worth mentioning that part of the T4 base is used not only by Iran but also by the Russian Army.

This raises the question of whether Israel will coordinate its attacks with Moscow or will Tel Aviv’s actions lead to unpredictable retaliation from Russia?

Many questions have been raised but so far, Russian forces in Syria have not made any official statement about the Israeli attack.

Source: Casualties occurred when Syria destroyed all Israeli missiles – ElectroDealPro

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