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World Syrian air defences intercept Israeli attack over Homs: Report

06:43  22 july  2021
06:43  22 july  2021 Source:   aljazeera.com

Syrian air defences ‘intercept’ Israeli attack over Aleppo

  Syrian air defences ‘intercept’ Israeli attack over Aleppo Israeli air attacks reportedly targeted Iranian Revolutionary Guard bases and weapons plant in al-Safira area of Aleppo.“At around 23:37 on Monday [20:37 GMT]  … the Israeli enemy carried out an aerial attack towards southeast Aleppo, targeting positions in the al-Safira area,” Syrian state news agency SANA cited a military source as saying

Syria’s air defences have intercepted an Israeli attack on the al-Qusayr area in Homs, Syrian state media reported.

Western intelligence sources have said Israel's stepped-up attacks on Syria since last year are part of a shadow war approved by the United States [File: Amir Cohen/Reuters] © Provided by Al Jazeera Western intelligence sources have said Israel's stepped-up attacks on Syria since last year are part of a shadow war approved by the United States [File: Amir Cohen/Reuters]

A Syrian military source said in a statement on Thursday there was some material damage from the raid but no casualties.

The Israeli military said it had no comment.

On Monday, Syria said it had intercepted an attack on Aleppo.

Homs province adjoins Lebanon, where the Iranian-backed Lebanese Shia Hezbollah group holds sway along the rugged border area.

Western intelligence sources have said Israel’s stepped-up raids on Syria since last year are part of a shadow war approved by the United States.

The attacks are also part of an anti-Iran policy that over the past two years has sought to undermine Iran’s extensive military power without starting a significant increase in hostilities.

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