For second time in recent days Israeli forces have attacked in Syria a military base on the outskirts of Quneitra province, which much of it control by Bashar al-Assad and its allies. Three were killed and at least two wounded in the bombing. Pro-government National government Defence Forces (NDF) told AFP news agency.
IDF refuses to comment.
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Al-Jazeera reported Sunday morning that the UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights confirmed the attack but did not have additional details.
Syria’s official news agency SANA said “Israel struck a Syrian army position in on the Golan plateau, ‘causing damage’.”
According to reports in Lebanon in February Israel Air Force allegedly carried out several strikes, in the northern mountains at Al Katif, the suburbs of Damascus. Six missiles were fired at the Syrian army’s 3rd Division outposts, as well as toward weapons caches. At the end, vehicles belonging to Hezbollah caught fire.
In April, the IDF reported that it has shot down one of numerous anti-aircraft missiles launched by Syria at Israeli F-15 fighter jets that had hit designated targets within Syria.