Israeli Warplanes Strike Positions in Syria’s Quneitra

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Israeli army helicopters have carried out airstrikes towards various positions in Syria’s southwestern province of Quneitra, injuring two individuals, state media report.

Syria’s official SANA information company, citing an unnamed army supply, reported that Israeli army helicopters hit “three sites” within the border areas of Quneitra with anti-tank guided missiles.

It added that the aerial aggression, performed “at 11 p.m. local time on Friday, lightly injured two people and sparked a fire in the wooded areas around the targeted positions.

Separately, the Israeli military confirmed the airstrikes in a statement, claiming that its choppers had hit several “observation positions and intelligence-gathering tools inside Syrian posts” within the Arab nation’s southwest.   

The Israeli army claimed that its airstrikes had been in response to the purported firing of munitions from Syria towards positions within the occupied Golan Heights earlier within the day.

Israel regularly targets army positions inside Syria, particularly these of Hezbollah which has performed a key function in serving to the Syrian military in its struggle towards foreign-backed terrorists.

The Arab nation has been gripped by foreign-backed militancy since March 2011. The Syrian authorities says the Israeli regime and its Western and regional allies are aiding Takfiri terrorist teams which are wreaking havoc within the nation.

Israel principally retains quiet concerning the assaults on Syrian territories which many view as knee-jerk response to Syrian authorities’s growing success in confronting terrorism in nation.

The Tel Aviv regime has been a major supporter of terrorist teams which have opposed the federal government of President Bashar al-Assad since militancy erupted in Syria 9 years in the past.

Syrian authorities forces have taken again many areas as soon as managed by the terrorist teams. 

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