Major Israeli Airstrike On Syria Last Night Just As Russian-Supplied S-300 Went Operational

ER Editor: We also recommend this report from Fort Russ with video, titled BREAKING – VIDEO : ISRAEL AIR FORCE RAID ON DAMASCUS, HOMS, HAMA. Of note:

At midnight, the Israeli aviation and fleet carried out a combined attack on Syrian territory of great proportions with dozens of missiles launched, part of which are cruise missiles from ships. The missiles were also flying from Lebanon.

Locations that are battered are found in the provinces of Damascus, Homs and Hama (see map). Several rockets hit the base Mezeh south of Damascus, a warehouse near the Syrian-Lebanese border. The Syrian army operated the S-200 large-scale systems from the province of Homs in the direction of Lebanon.

UNCONFIRMED: There is some information coming through about the possibility that the US participated directly in the Zionist aggression with the missiles on Syria.

The article states that it isn’t certain whether Lebanon chose to host this attack on Syrian territory or whether it was coerced by Israel. Syria is not permitted to attack Israeli planes in Lebanese airspace.


Major Israeli Airstrike On Syria Just As Russian-Supplied S-300 Went Operational

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Hours after Israeli reports said Russian S-300 anti-air defense systems in Syria came online and were “operational,” the Israeli military allegedly launched a major aerial attack on Syria in the middle of the night Sunday.

Massive explosions rocked Damascus overnight, via Al-Masdar News


According to a breaking AFP report:

Syria said Israeli jets attacked several military sites near the capital Damascus and the central city of Homs early Monday, killing several people.

State news agency SANA said that Syrian air defense had intercepted several of the incoming missiles that were fired from Lebanese airspace.

Syria reported its aerial defense systems were active during the assault, which further caused damage to multiple civilian homes in the Damascus suburb of Sahnaya, according to SANA.

The major Syrian military airport at Mezzeh on the western edge of Damascus was also a reported target in the attack.


Though total casualties are still unknown, one well-known journalist from Damascus, Danny Makki, is reporting at least 4 civilians killed  including a baby  and over 20 injured.

Syrian state media published footage showing missile intercepts of inbound projectiles.

It is also as yet unknown if the S-300s were active during the air strikes; however, Israeli media reports suggested both the newly installed S-300s, as well as Iranian troop presence, was a prime cause behind the Israeli action, despite the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) neither confirming nor denying the strikes:

The reported strikes came just hours after an Israeli satellite imagery analysis company said Syria’s entire S-300 air defense system appeared to be operational, indicating a greater threat to Israel’s ability to conduct airstrikes against Iranian and pro-Iranian forces in the country.

Until now, only three of the country’s four surface-to-air missile launchers had been seen fully erected at the Masyaf base in northwestern Syria.

Israel has threatened to destroy the S-300 system if it is used against its fighter jets, regardless of the potential blowback from Russia.

Journalist Danny Makki called the overnight air strikes “certainly one of the biggest Israeli attacks on Syria this year” – given that two provinces were targeted as well as multiple installations and a civilian neighborhood being hit.


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