The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Amid successive explosions nearby Damascus | Man killed in attack by drone believed to be Israeli on vehicle of Hezbollah in Homs

SOHR activists have reported hearing a loud explosion caused by an attack by a drone believed to be Israeli on a vehicle of the Lebanese Hezbollah in Al-Nahriyah village near Hosh Al-Sayed town in Al-Qusayr countryside in south-western Homs, near the Syria-Lebanon border, which is dominated by Hezbollah. The attack left a man dead.


On the other hand, SOHR activists have reported hearing successive explosions nearby Damascus city, amid sound of explosions caused by regime air-defences, where sources suggested that the air-defences were attempting to intercept Israeli missiles.


Yesterday, SOHR sources reported that two Syrian members of the Iranian militias that are affiliated to the Lebanese Hezbollah were killed and six others were injured and burned amid information regarding missing people, in a primary toll caused by Israeli airstrikes targeting two buildings in a farm and a training centre of the militias, where both buildings are 600 metres away from each other, on the road between Babaila and Al-Saida Zainab near Suleimani Park.