Israeli warplanes launched air strikes on several sites of the Assad regime forces in the vicinity of the capital, Damascus, on the night of Wednesday-Thursday.
The pro-SANA news agency reported, citing military sources affiliated with the Assad regime, that “the bombing resulted in the wounding of four soldiers and some material losses.”
The same sources added that at approximately one in the morning, Thursday, April 8 (Wednesday night), Israeli warplanes carried out aerial bombardment with bursts of missiles from the direction of Lebanese territory, on some targets of the Assad regime in the vicinity of Damascus, noting that “the air defense media confronted
The raids and dropped most of them, “according to her description.
The “AuroraIntel” website, which tracks air traffic, reported, through its Twitter account, that the attack was carried out from two directions, one from Lebanon, and the other from the Golan side.
The Israeli military had not commented on the bombing at the time this report was prepared.
Last March, Israel launched several raids on some targets of the Assad regime in the vicinity of Damascus, killing and wounding its ranks.