Hezbollah base hit in alleged Israeli strike, Syria war monitor says

No casualties were reported. A Syrian military official said the Israeli missiles had been intercepted.
An Israeli strike in Syria Screenshot from YouTube

Israel on Thursday evening attacked a Hezbollah military base in Syria, a war monitor has said. It did not specify how many members of the terrorist group, if any, have been hurt.

The Syrian media reported on Thursday that S-200 missiles had been fired toward the IAF jets. One of the missiles reportedly landed near the border between Syria and Lebanon.

A Syrian military official was quoted by the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) as saying that Israel had struck Iranian bases manned by Hezbollah. He added that Syria's air defense systems had intercepted the Israeli missiles.

The IDF has not commented on these reports. A spokesperson for the Pentagon said neither the US nor its allies had attacked Syria.



Click Here for more reports by Omri Ariel

Found mistakes in this report? - Click Here

JerusalemOnline News Feed