BEIRUT, LEBANON (9:30 P.M.) – For the first time since their military operation in the Al-Quneitra Governorate, the Syrian Arab Army has reinforced the border of the occupied Golan Heights, a source told Al-Masdar News.

According to the source, the Syrian Arab Army’s 5th Division sent reinforcements to the area near the 90th Brigade base in the Al-Quneitra Governorate.

Reinforcements from the National Defense Forces (NDF) in Dara’a were also redeployed to this front as the Syrian Arab Army’s High Command takes several measures to beef up their defenses.

This move by the Syrian Arab Army’s High Command comes just 24 hours after they placed their air defense forces on high alert across western Syria.

On Monday, the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) attacked three different sites inside the Al-Quneitra Governorate; this resulted in the destruction of two Syrian Army garrisons and the former Al-Quneitra Hospital.

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I thought bombing a hospital was aware crime?

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@Sweet Robert, no. The conventions protect only hospitals that met certain conditions. The word “former” in the text might indicate that it was no longer meeting these conditions.

The Jihadi always used hospitals for different military purposes and later complained, because they did not know that militarily used hospitals are no more protected than any other military building.

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The hospital was ‘converted’ into an army-base by al-Nusra. Jean-Claude Van Dame is “aware” while you should have wrote “a war-crime”. As soon as you put a single sniper on the roof of a hospital, it’s no more protected under Hague Convention. Would IDF bomb the Gaza hospital, since Hamas has its military HQ in the bunker under the hospital, it wouldn’t be a war-crime. Why don’t you read the Hague Convention? Everything is explained there! Prepare yourself to many surprises : You’ll even soon get why IDF actions are absolutely legal under international law and if propaganda is always… Read more »

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That’s because State of Israel gets away with such crimes due American veto in SC

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SAA should better deploy troops in the Idlib and al-Bab areas : IDF has no intention to invade and they never strike without a reason, so, either some idiot(s) into SAA did some provocation(s) by shelling into Israeli territory (it already happened MANY times and each time, ended with a response) or Hezbollah or IRGC were stationed there and these are legitimate targets for IDF and for good reasons.

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Israel army units should be targeted in the same manner.