SOHR reveals | Civilian killed in earlier Israeli shelling, and Russian forces inform factory director to evacuate it just before shelling
SOHR sources say that one civilian was killed and three others injured in Israeli shelling on the village of Al-Sabura in the eastern Hama countryside on June 24.
On the other hand, reliable sources have told the Syrian Observatory that Russian forces told the director of the onion factory near Salamiya to evacuate it before the Israeli shelling.
Israeli airstrikes destroyed two hangars used as weapons depots, while the third hangar remained intact, which rented by a person for potato chips manufacturing.
The Syrian Observatory has obtained new details about the Israeli latest attacks on central Syria on June 24. According to very reliable SOHR sources, the “Onions” factory, located near Sallamiay, is an official factory which is active during the morning shift. However, a part of the factory has been turned into weapons and ammunition warehouses by the Iranian forces. Israel’s recent attacks have destroyed these warehouses which caused large explosions triggering panic among the residents there, and shrapnel injured several civilians.
Similarly, the feed factory in Aqarib works full-time, but the Iranian militias have taken warehouses of the factory to store weapons in order to evade detection, so that they would not be attacked by Israeli strikes.
Meanwhile, the cultural center in Sabura accommodates groups of the National Defence Forces which are close to Iran.
It is worth noting that a drone was seen flying over these areas two days earlier, where they seemingly surveyed these positions.