المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Injured in Israeli attack a week ago | Person working for Hezbollah dies of wounds in al-Quneitra countryside

Al-Quneitra province: SOHR activists have documented the death of a man working for the Lebanese Hezbollah, succumbing to his wounds sustained a week ago in an attack ny an Israeli helicopter on Ain al-Tinah in the west of Hodr town in al-Quneitra countryside, near the occupied Syrian Golan.

 

On May 10, Observatory activists in south Syria region reported that an Israeli helicopter struck a place where a person working for the Lebanese Hezbollah was in, near Ein al-Tineh in the west of Hadar in the Syrian Golan. The man was taken to the hospital in al-Quneitra after he was seriously wounded. According to SOHR sources, the targeted person was from the occupied town of Majdal Shams, and resided in the town of Hadar. It is worth noting that the targeted man’s father had detained in the Israeli prisons, and his two brothers were killed in previous battles against the opposition factions in the northern countryside of al-Quneitra.

 

While on May 6, reliable sources in south Syria region reported that an Israeli helicopter flying over the Syrian Golan struck, with two missiles, a regime military post in the early hours of Thursday morning. The targeted post, which is located nearby Jbata al-Khashab town in the north of al-Quneitra, near the occupied Syrian Golan, hosted members of the reconnaissance and monitoring brigades of the Lebanese Hezbollah. The strike left three members who were stationed in the military post injured. Meanwhile, another military post nearby Tel al-Sha’ar came under attack, which resulted in the injury of several members. However, it is not known if the injured members were of regime forces or the reconnaissance and monitoring brigades of Hezbollah.

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