Suspected Israeli Missiles Target Syrian Base

Posted December 03, 2017

The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the missiles were probably Israeli and the attack caused loud explosions.

Pro-government forces in Syria managed to intercept two of the missiles, Syrian's state-run SANA news agency reported.

The Israel Air Force struck strategic targets near the Syrian capital of Damascus overnight Friday, according to reports in Arab media.

Earlier Tehran based Press TV reported that Syrian army has fired at least four surface-to-surface missiles at Israeli aircraft as the (Israeli) regime launched an attack against the western countryside of Damascus. Details of the attack are still unclear, as the first reports were in the Israeli media, and within a matter of hours were removed.

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Israel is yet to comment on the reports, although its military has repeatedly targeted Hizballah positions.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has repeatedly warned that Israel will not allow Iran to establish a military presence near its borders.

"Let me reiterate Israel's policy: We will not allow a regime hell-bent on the annihilation of the Jewish state to acquire nuclear weapons". This military facility has never been confirmed by anybody as actually belonging to Iran, but Israeli outlets played that narrative up as part of the "Iranian threat". The BBC published what it said were satellite images that it had commissioned that showed construction activity at the site between January and October this year.