New Satellite Images Reveals Target Of Recent Israeli Strikes On Syria

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New Satellite Images Reveals Target Of Recent Israeli Strikes On Syria

IMAGE: An Israeli F-35I takes off from Uvda airbase during Blue Flag 2019

On February 17, the Aurora Intel Twitter account shared satellite images revealing the target of the recent Israeli strikes on Syria.

The strikes, which took place early on February 15, destroyed a large warehouse located between the Damascus-Beirut highway and the suburb of Qudssaya south of the Syrian capital. It remains unclear if the warehouse was the only target of the strikes.

Several sources claimed that the targeted warehouse was the property of the Syrian Arab Army 4th Division. This is yet to be verified.


During the Israeli aerial attack, the Syrian Air Defense Force intercepted a number of hostile missiles, according to the Syrian Arab News Agency.

The Israeli military attacks Syria on a regular basis. On February 3, a series of Israeli strikes hit the country’s southern region. Damascus International Airport was the main target.

Israel hopes that its repeated attacks on Syria will drive Iranian forces out of the country. This is yet to happen. In fact, Tel Aviv hostile actions have brought Damascus and Tehran closer than ever.

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