Israeli Airstrike in Syria for Second Day in Row

“Pay them according to their deeds, their malicious acts; according to their handiwork pay them, give them their deserts.” Psalms 28:4 (The Israel Bible™)

On Sunday night, the Israeli airforce allegedly carried out an airstrike against the T-4 airbase in central Syria. Syrian media reported that two people were killed in the airstrike and two more were injured. Unconfirmed reports claim that five combatants were killed in the airstrike, three of them Syrian soldiers.

The IAF has hit the airbase in the past as it is supposed to house Syrian regime forces, as well as an Iranian Revolutionary Guards and Russian air forces. Media reported that an Iranian cargo Boeing 747 flew to the Syrian base three times over the past ten days, allegedly delivering weapons shipments from Iran.

On Sunday, the Israeli military confirmed that it carried out airstrikes on Saturday night in retaliation to rockets fired at the Israel Golan from Syria. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported that 10 were killed, seven of which were Iranian and Hezbollah militants. The strike targeted several military positions in southern Syria, including two artillery batteries, several observation posts, and an SA2 air defense unit

Last Monday, the IDF struck a Syrian military position near Quneitra in Syria after an anti-aircraft missile was launched at an IAF fighter jet flying in Israeli territory. According to reports, the Israeli strike killed a Syrian officer and soldier and damaged a military vehicle.



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