On the night of Tuesday-Wednesday, the Israeli army launched a missile attack, targeting military sites of the Assad regime forces, in Homs city in central Syria.
The news agency of the Assad regime, “SANA,” said, “At approximately 1:26 a.m. today, the Israeli army carried out an air attack with missiles from northeastern Beirut, targeting some points in the central region.”
SANA added: “Our air defense confronted the (Israeli army)’s missiles and shot down most of them. Two civilians were killed and a third civilian was wounded, and six soldiers were injured in the attack, and damage was caused to several structures.
On the seventeenth of this month, Israel had launched two missiles targeting an empty building south of the capital, Damascus, without causing any casualties.