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IAF Said to Strike Syrian, Hezbollah Sites

IAF F-16 fighter jet (Photo: wikicommons/Alexey Goral)

In the latest news of skirmishes in the Middle East, reports have surfaced that the Israeli Air Force has carried out airstrikes near Damascus. The Times of Israel's Dov Lieber reports that Israeli jets hit a Syrian military airport and Hezbollah terrorist sites:

Israeli airstrikes hit an important Syrian regime military airport in Damascus, the pro-Hezbollah Lebanese news network Al Mayadeen claimed Wednesday.

According to the report, the planes struck the Mezzeh Military Airport, located in a suburb of Damascus, around 4 a.m...

A video of the explosion at the airport spread through social media.

Meanwhile, Syrian sources reported that Hezbollah sites near the Syrian capital were also targeted Tuesday night by airstrikes that killed and injured a number of fighters in the Shiite militia...

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