Israeli Air Forces Have Struck Military Positions In Eastern Syria
According to the Sana news Agency, the strikes were carried out on military warehouses in the area of es-Safir.
Israeli air force planes attacked positions of the Syrian army and Iranian-backed Shiite militias in the East of the country on Monday. According to the Al-Hadath TV channel, the strikes were carried out on ground targets in the area of the city of al-Mayadin in the province of Deir Ez-Zor.
Earlier, the Sana News Agency reported that the Syrian air defense system repelled a rocket attack from Israel in the Northern province of Aleppo. According to the agency, the strikes were carried out by the Israeli air force on several military warehouses in the area of es-Safir to the South-East of the city of Aleppo.
"Enemy planes appeared from the direction of the village of Atraya and were seen on radar screens, the air defense forces opened fire on them," the Agency said. The Syrian military "is now clarifying the damage caused as a result of an aggressive Israeli attack."
A research center in the vicinity of Aleppo was also attacked on Monday. According to Al-Hadath, the Israeli air force fired at least 12 missiles at it.
On May 1, Israeli helicopters attacked various Syrian army positions in Quneitra province, 40 km southwest of Damascus. April 27 was attacked military targets on the outskirts of Sayyid Zeinab and Sahni in the South of the Syrian capital. Then four fighters from the Shiite Hezbollah party fighting on the side of the Syrian army were killed. The Israeli attack also killed three civilians in the villages of Hujeira and Adliya and injured four others, including a child.