Syria's Air Defense Systems Repelled Rocket Attacks On Two Cities In Hama Province
Syrian air defense systems opened fire on air targets in the sky over the provincial center of Hama (220 km from Damascus), according to the SANA news Agency by a source in the command of the armed forces of the Republic.
"Israel has committed new aggression against Syria, attacking several military positions in Salmiya and es-Subbur to the East of Hama," he said. "The air defense forces promptly detected enemy targets and repelled the attack." As the source noted, "a lot of enemy missiles were hit before they could reach the target."
Earlier, the Israeli air force attacked army positions near the city of Salkhad in the southern province of Suwayda. As a result, two soldiers were killed, and four others were injured. The aircraft struck ground targets while in the sky to the East and northeast of Palmyra.
"Missiles were also fired at military targets in the province of Deir Ez-Zor and the oasis of es-Sukhna," the source said. There was no information about the dead or injured soldiers.
According to the Al Hadath TV channel, the bases of Pro-Iranian formations fighting on the side of the Syrian army were attacked.