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BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:00 A.M.) – The U.S. Al-Tanf Zone in southeastern Homs has once again been used by the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) to bomb an area in Syria, a source in the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) in Damascus told Al-Masdar News.

According to the source, missiles fired from the Al-Tanf area targeted the town of Al-Safira in southern Aleppo, resulting in a number of explosions and at least two deaths.

The source said a number of missiles targeted the Scientific Research Lab, with a few managing to hit the facility.

He would add that the building suffered damage, but it is believed to be minimal at this time.

The U.S.-led Coalition contends that they are using the Al-Tanf Zone to prevent the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL/IS/Daesh) from returning; however, it is the Syrian Army that has solely faced ISIS in the Homs Governorate.

Thursday night’s attack by the Israeli Defense Forces marks the second time this month and the third time in the last two weeks that they have targeted a site inside of Syria.

The previous attacks targeted the T-4 Airbase in Homs and the Damascus International Airport area.

The attack last night hit the town that has the largest Iranian presence in northern Syria; it has been used by the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) to coordinate with its allied forces in Aleppo and the Idlib countrysides.

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Hank
Hank
2020-09-13 03:36

Israel always reiterates its “right tp self defense” while at the same time bombing and attacking its neighbors for doing the same thing- asserting their right to self defense.

Stephen Walker
Stephen Walker
2020-09-14 08:37
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The US should be on good terms with Syria and Bashar Al Assad. Christians Jews and Muslims lived side by side forever in country. Keeping the businesses, natural resources, and currency and banks belonging to and profiting in country Syrian people seems to be President Bashar Al Assad’s biggest sin.The global power structure attacked Libyan leader Qaddafi for what seems like the same reasons. Americans that understand only wish peace and prosperity for Syria and the people of there.