BEIRUT, LEBANON (7:45 P.M.) – The Israeli Air Force launched a fresh attack in western Syria, today, striking the Wadi Al-‘Ayoun area of the Masyaf District.

At least five missiles managed to strike the Wadi Al-‘Ayoun area, resulting in several explosions that could be heard throughout western Syria.

According to a military source in Mhardeh, at least one person was killed and four others were critically wounded as a result of this Israeli attack in the Hama Governorate’s Masyaf District.

The source did not specify whether or not the person could was military personnel or a civilian.

The Israeli Air Force had reportedly been stalking the Syrian-Lebanese border, today, before they launched this powerful attack.

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Death to Israhell! Can’t wait to see ”Israeli” ”citizens” suffering like they’re making Syrians suffer. Can’t wait to see Israhelli children waking up to the sounds of bombs! The world is sick and tired of the ZioNazi entity!

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Actually, they’re not behind Syrian”s sufferance : They stood as neutral as possible in the conflict. According to Hague Convention, using proxies to lead a war on a country is a de-facto declaration of war from the proxy’s handler. Iranian open support to Hezbo and Hamas thus allow IDF to not only strike these groups but also Iranan militaries or their allies. To stop such unpleasing but absolutely legal actions to happen, Assad would just have to order Iran to stop smuggling weapons to Lebanon, moreover to an UNSC-banned militia (see Res.1701). Israeli children wake up to the sound of… Read more »

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s300 or s400 could have saved precious lives russia

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No way for Iranian arms smuggling to Hezbollah.
Russia voted Hezb’s disarmament at UNSC too.
Iran violates international law doing so, they have to face consequences of their acts with their proxies.