Syrian Military Says Israeli Airstrikes In Southern Damascus Late At Night


The Syrian military said on the 17th that an Israeli airstrike on the southern outskirts of the Syrian capital Damascus late on the 16th caused damage to some facilities.

Syrian News Agency quoted Syrian military sources as saying that the Israeli military launched several surface-to-surface missiles from the Golan Heights occupied by it at around 23:35 local time on the 16th in an airstrike on the town of Zakiyah, a southern suburb of Damascus. Some nearby locations.

The source said that the attack caused damage to some facilities, but did not disclose the details of the attack site and casualties.

According to the "Syrian Observatory for Human Rights" headquartered in London, England, multiple explosions were heard at a military site near the town of Zakiyah on the night of the 16th.

Since the outbreak of the Syrian civil war, the Israeli army has repeatedly attacked targets in Syria under the pretext of hitting Iranian military facilities. Both the Syrian and Iranian governments deny that Iran has troops in Syria.