المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

After suspension of attacks for more than a month | Israeli strikes hit military sites in Damascus and middle of Syria

SOHR activists have reported that Israeli strikes targeted Syrian military sites in the early hours of Wednesday morning, after suspension of attacks for about one month.

 

SOHR activists have reported hearing explosions in the perimeter of Damascus international airport, the Air-Defense Battalion in the Al-Dumayr district and other positions in the south-west of Homs governorate.

 

Also loud explosions were heard in Hamah and Latakia governorates due to air-defense systems which launched several surface-to-air missiles, attempting to intercept the Israeli rockets.

 

Israeli strikes left many causalities, as in Homs, ambulances were seen rushing to the targeted sites. Also, arsenals in the al-Dumayr district have been exploded.

 

It is worth noting that regime forces and Iranian-backed militias were seen on high alert in the perimeter of Damascus international airport for unknown reasons since early June.

 

On June4, Syrian Observatory activists documented the death of a man “collaborating” with the 4th Division and the Lebanese Hezbollah, succumbing to his wounds sustained yesterday in an IED explosion in al-Mu’alaqah village in al-Quneitra countryside, near the border with the occupied Syrian Golan. The explosion also injured others.

On May 5,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, hosts 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, leaving several members injured. 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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