11th Israeli attack since early 2022 | Israeli missiles hit positions near border with Golan in Al-Quneitra countryside • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

11th Israeli attack since early 2022 | Israeli missiles hit positions near border with Golan in Al-Quneitra countryside

SOHR sources have reported that in the early hours of Wednesday morning, Israeli missiles have rained down on positions in the vicinity of Hadar town in northern Al-Quneitra countryside near the border with the occupied Golan, where these areas host the positions of Iranian and Hezbollah-backed militias and militias of Syrian Resistance “Al-Moqawma Al-Suriyah” “Popular Front for the Liberation of the Sanjak of Iskandarun.” No casualties have been reported so far.

It is worth noting that this is the 11th attack waged by Israel on Syrian territory since the beginning of 2022.

 

SOHR documented three attacks waged by Israel on regime and Iran’s military positions and outposts in April. These attacks left ten fighters, including four of non-Syrian nationality, dead. Here are further details of these bombardments:

April 9: Israeli missiles hit five military outposts in west Hama countryside, targeting the vicinity of the faculty of administration, scientific research centre, a military post in Al-Suwaidah village and a military post on the outskirts of Masyaf.

April 15: Israel fired missiles on military positions in the vicinity of Rakhla town and near the poultry areas between Ambiyah and Kaf Qouq towns in the vicinity of Qatna, south-west Rif Dimashq, that hosts a military site of Iranian-backed militias and Palestine Liberation Army.

April 27: Israeli missiles hit military outposts in the vicinity of Sahnaya, Jabal Al-Sumariah near the 100th regiment, the mountain near Damascus international airport, an area between Damr and Qudsaya, as well as Al-Kiswah area in Rif Dimashq which hosts military positions of regime forces, Iranian-backed militias and Lebanese Hezbollah militias. The Israeli attack left ten military personnel dead: six Syrians and four non-Syrian fighters.

Israeli missiles also led to the destruction of weapons and ammunition warehouses in Al-Sumariyan area and the mountain near Damascus international airport, as well as the destruction of outposts in military barracks in Sahnaya and Al-Kiswah.

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