- On Sunday, Syrian state media had blamed Israel for bombing a military position in Aleppo region
- Israel has over and again cautioned it won’t endure a dug in nearness of its archfoe Iran in the neighboring nation
BEIRUT: On Monday, At least nine pro-regime fighters killed in Syria by Israel, a monitor said.
On Sunday, Syrian state media had blamed Israel for bombing a military position in Aleppo region, in what might be an uncommon Israeli assault so far north in the war-attacked nation.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a Britain-based war monitor, said that those murdered included no less than six Syrians and that Iranian contenders were additionally positioned at the base.
On Sunday, State news agency SANA on announced a rocket strike close to a vital air base however said there were no losses.
It also stated: “The Zionist enemy… directed with its rockets one of our military positions north of the Neirab military airport, yet the harm was just material,” citing a military source.
There was no prompt remark from the Israeli military, which once in a while affirms strikes on focuses in Syria. Israel has over and again cautioned it won’t endure a dug in nearness of its archfoe Iran in the neighboring nation.
The Observatory, which depends on a network of sources inside the nation, said it had recorded a rush of impacts around Neirab on Sunday night.
It added that a speculated Israeli rocket strike had focused on “positions held by Syria’s regime and its partners at the Neirab air terminal” and its environment. Suspected Israeli air strikes have hit Syrian armed force positions close to Damascus and in the focal areas of Homs and Hama previously yet they seldom happen as far north as Aleppo.
It should be noted that Tehran has dispatched military counsels to reinforce Syrian President Bashar Assad’s endeavors to battle back a seven-year uprising against his rule.