La madrugada del martes, un avión israelí disparó dos misiles de largo alcance “Popeye” sobre la ciudad de al-Sabura, al oeste de Damasco.

Las explosiones nocturnas fueron tan fuertes que pudieron ser escuchadas por un corresponsal de campo de Al-Masdar News en el centro de Damasco.

El avión no penetró en el espacio aéreo sirio, pero supuestamente violó el espacio aéreo libanés para entrar en el alcance de su objetivo designado.

Se especula que el ataque aéreo israelí probablemente intentó asesinar a una figura clave de Hezbolá debido a la proximidad de al-Sabura a la carretera de Damasco-Beirut, una autopista que conecta ambas capitales usada a menudo por el movimiento de resistencia libanés.

El lunes, la Fuerza Aérea israelí también realizó un ataque aéreo en los Altos del Golán sirio, dirigido a la Brigada de Mártires de Yarmouk, una filial del grupo terrorista ISIS.

El último informe (no confirmado por las fuentes militares de Al-Masdar) sugiere que los misiles golpearon un taller de Hezbolá para sus vehículos. No se reportaron víctimas ya que ocurrió a altas horas de la noche y no habían trabajadores en el taller.

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