On September 11, Syrian state media reported that Israeli warplanes launched several missiles at the outskirt of the city center of the Syrian city of Aleppo. Several Israeli missiles were intercepted while others hit their targets.
Sources loyal to Idlib terrorist groups claimed the strike hit the al-Safirah defense factories, 21 km to the south of Aleppo city. The complex, where Syria stored some of its chemical weapons before the 2013 deal, is now developing and producing conventional ammunition for the Syrian Army.
Often Israeli warplanes use airspace of Lebanon of the occupied Golan Heights to conduct strikes on Syria. However, recently, reports appeared that the Israeli Air Force was also using Syrian airspace over the US-occupied zone of al-Tanf to conduct strikes. The September 11 airstrike reportedly became such an example.
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