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Israeli Warplanes Once Again Bombed ‘Iranian Targets’ In Syria’s Al-Bukamal: Reports


Israeli Warplanes Once Again Bombed 'Iranian Targets' In Syria's Al-Bukamal: Reports

Israeli Air Force F-35 flies during an aerial demonstration at a graduation ceremony for Israeli air force pilots at the Hatzerim air base in southern Israel Dec 26, 2018. REUTERS/Amir Cohen

Reports claiming that Israel conducted a new round of airstrikes on Syria’s al-Bukamal appeared on December 26. According to reports, Israeli warplanes once again targeted suppused Iranian ‘military facilities’ in the border area.

The pro-militant, UK-based outlet, the Syrian Observatory of al-Bukamal, claimed that 5 members of Iranian-backed forces were killed in the attack.

The Israeli military activity in Syria increased amid the Syrian Army advance on terrorists in Greater Idlib. Israel apparently decided to use the Idlib battle as a cover for own actions.

Early on December 23, the Syrian Air Defense intercepted several missiles launched by Israeli warplanes from the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights and the Lebanese area of Mount Hermon.




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