Once again, Israeli airstrikes have killed in Syria, Syrian state TV reported. Two civilians were said to have been killed in attacks south of the capital, Damascus.
Israel has not yet responded to the news, but almost never in such cases. The state regularly carries out attacks in Syria against targets that Israel says belong to Iranian-backed militias.
Last night was the fourth time in a few days that Israel carried out such attacks. Five people were killed last weekend, according to the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. These could have been the officers of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard. Then Iran threatened Israel with retaliation.
Syrian authorities stated that several Israeli missiles were intercepted by anti-aircraft fire last night. Other missiles hit their target. In addition to two deaths, there is material damage, state television reports.
The Observatory for Human Rights said the victims were killed in a glass factory near Damascus. The capital’s airport and targets in the south of the country were reportedly attacked.
“Avid pop culture junkie. Alcohol nerd. Award-winning problem solver. Wannabe writer. Baconaholic. Typical creator.”