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Israel Strikes Syrian Army Outposts Near Damascus

Israeli F-16 fighter jet with another in the background (Photo: USAF)

From Haaretz:

Israel on Wednesday evening struck military outposts in Syria near the capital Damascus, the Syrian observatory for human rights reported, according to Reuters.

The report said that Syrian army outposts south of Damascus were hit by three Israeli rockets. It added that strike took place on the road leading to Daraa, without detailing the extend of the damage.

A Pro-Assad military source denied the report, claiming that there have been no Israeli armed strikes inside Syria on Wednesday. The Hezbollah TV station Al-Manar has also denied that report.

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