Source: Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Israel’s Air Force reportedly attacked a Syrian army position and a Hezbollah weapons convoy, according to reports originating in the Arab media.
The reported attacks took place early Wednesday morning along the highway connecting Damascus and Beirut, and required the military airplanes to fly in Lebanese airspace.
SANA, the official news agency of the regime of President Bashar Assad, reported Wednesday in an articleheadlined “Israeli enemy’s air force fires two rockets on Damascus western countryside,” that there were no casualties in the attack, which it called “an attempt to divert attention from the successes achieved by the Syrian Arab army.”
The article did not mention the alleged attack on the Hezbollah weapons convoy.
An unnamed source cited in the article said the attacks are “a ‘desperate attempt’ by the Israeli occupation entity to raise the deteriorating morals of the Takfiri terrorist gangs after the heavy losses they have suffered in many areas, especially in the western countryside of Damascus.”
The Israel Defense Forces, as is its standard practice, has neither confirmed nor denied the reports, saying it does not respond to foreign media reports.