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Israel Strikes Syrian Military, Hezbollah Weapons Convoy

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

Earlier this week, the Israeli military struck ISIS terror targets in Syria. Now, The Times of Israel's Judah Ari Gross writes that Arab media is reporting the IAF has carried out more airstrikes, this time on a Syrian military compound and a Hezbollah convoy transporting terrorist weapons:

Israel struck a Syrian military target and a Hezbollah weapons convoy early Wednesday, Arabic-language media reported Wednesday morning.

Israeli warplanes were said to have struck the military target in the Syrian capital of Damascus, while the raid on the weapons convoy occurred on the Damascus-Beirut highway, according to the reports.

As with past claims of Israeli strikes, Israel did not immediately confirm or deny news of the purported attacks. Since the start of the Syrian civil war in March 2011, a number of airstrikes in Syria or close to the border with Lebanon have been attributed to Israel...

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