BEIRUT, LEBANON (2:20 A.M.) – The Israeli Air Force allegedly fired two missiles at the Syrian capital city of Damascus, tonight, local activists reported.

According to these reports, the Israeli Air Force fired two missiles at an Iranian cargo plane that was being unloaded at the Damascus International Airport.

A Syrian military source confirmed that the Damascus Airport area was targeted, but they could not verify the reports about the Iranian plane being targeted.

Shortly after the attack, the National Defense Forces (NDF) in the northern part of the Al-Quneitra Governorate reported a powerful explosion above the town of Hadar.

The NDF sources said the explosion was a result of a Syrian air defense missile intercepting an Israeli drone in northern Al-Quneitra.

More details to come…

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