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Israeli missiles target Quneitra: Syrian state media

The reported assault is the newest to target Syria, however left no casualties, in accordance with SANA.

Israel fired missiles at Quneitra governorate in southern Syria inflicting no casualties, Syrian state media reported.

Wednesday morning’s assault focusing on the city of Hadar was described as “Israeli aggression” by the state media company SANA.

The assault resulted in solely “physical damage”, in accordance with SANA.

The Israeli navy declined to touch upon the incident. Israel has hardly ever claimed duty for assaults in Syria, however has been believed to target Iranian-allied teams, together with Lebanon’s Hezbollah, which has been preventing alongside President Bashar al-Assad’s forces in Syria in opposition to the nation’s opposition.

Israel considers an Iranian presence close to its border a “red line”.

Israel has reportedly attacked Quneitra and different components of Syria quite a few instances prior to now yr. The deadliest attack happened on April 27, when 9 combatants, together with 5 Syrian troopers, have been killed exterior Damascus, within the deadliest raid this yr.

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The Syria Observatory for Human Rights, a warfare monitor, stated that an ammunition depot and a number of other positions linked to Iran’s navy presence in Syria had been among the many targets in that assault.

Government media in Syria confirmed 4 of the 9 reported casualties within the air raids. There was no remark from Israel.

Aside from the 5 Syrian troopers, the opposite 4 killed have been members of an Iran-backed militia, Observatory chief Rami Abdel Rahman stated, including he couldn’t confirm their nationalities.

Other assaults have been reported on April 15 within the neighborhood of Damascus, and an April 9 assault in central Hama province.

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