World Israeli strikes in Syria after a "missile shot" on the south of Israel

20:25  22 april  2021
20:25  22 april  2021 Source:   lepoint.fr

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u n Syrian officer was killed Thursday near Damascus in Israeli strikes according to an NGO, Israel affirming Having fired at a missile shot since Syria having landed, according to the Hebrew state, in the south of the country near a nuclear facility.

According to the Syrian Observatory of Human Rights ( OSDH ), a Syrian officer was killed and three seriously injured soldiers in Israeli raids.

"A sol-air missile identified as from Syria has fallen into (the desert) of Negev. In retaliation, the Israeli army has struck the battery from which the missile has been launched and other Syrian missile batteries -air, "said Israeli army in a brief message.

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According to the Syrian Sana official agency, the Israeli army has launched missiles from the Golan Plateau "to positions in the vicinity of Damascus".

"Our anti-aircraft defense battery has intercepted missiles and destroys the majority of them in this aggression that has caused four-soldier injuries and some material damage," said the Syrian agency, citing a military source.

The OSDH, however, reported dead in the Syrian forces.

"An officer of the plan for the rank of lieutenant was killed in Israeli bombing (?) In addition, three other members of the base were seriously injured," he said.

According to the OSDH, the Israeli strikes were aimed at an air defense base in the DMeir region, a city located 40 km northeast of Damascus, where wearing weapons belonging to pro-Iranian militia.

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They "destroyed" anti-aircraft defense batteries, according to the same source.

Dimona, Natanz

In the night, the mildening of potential attacks had sounded near the Bedouin village of Abu Qrenat, a few kilometers from the Dimona nuclear power plant, according to the Israeli army.

Israel has never recognized a nuclear arsenal but foreign experts say that the Hebrew state has 100 to 300 nuclear warheads.

The missile fell into a vague ground and did not make a victim or damage, said Thursday to the AFP an Israeli military source, while Israeli media, indicated that the missile did not target The Dimona power station.

The Israeli army did not give the press the precise geolocation of the place where the missile had fallen but a photographer from the AFP, however, indicated that they have noted a strong presence of the police in the sector of Ashalim , about forty kilometers from Dimona, in the Negev.

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Since the trigger in 2011 of the war in Syria, the Hebrew state has led hundreds of strikes against the positions of Syrian power and its allies, the Iranian troops and the Hezbollah Lebanese fighters.

Israel says it will seek to prevent its main enemy, Iran, can not set up in Syria, countries bordering the Hebrew state. The Israeli army has rarely recognized these strikes publicly.

shots from Syria Mostly were intercepted by the Israeli Anti-Missile Shield "Iron Dome", without reaching the South Israel, and close to strategic facilities.

This missile shot since Syria intervenes while strong tensions oppose Israel to Iran who promised ten days ago to "avenge" after a sabotage in its Natanz uranium enrichment plant than Tehran. attributed to the Hebrew state.

Israel, openly hostile to a return to the 2015 Iranian nuclear agreement of which the United States had disengaged in 2018 under the chairmanship of Donald Trump, did not confirm his involvement in the sabotage of Natanz, intervened While diplomatic efforts take place in Vienna to put back on the rails this agreement.

But according to the New York Times, which cited those responsible for anonymity in Israeli and American information, Israel has "played a role" in the sabotage of Natanz.

22/04/2021 15:52:21 - Jerusalem (AFP) - © 2021 AFP

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