The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights announced that 10 people were killed in the Israeli bombing, including 7 of non-Syrian nationalities. The attack targeted an ammunition depot believed to be for the Hezbollah militia in Homs, according to the observatory.
He explained that the death toll is likely to rise due to the seriousness of the wounded as a result of the Israeli bombing.
The Syrian News Agency had said that the air defenses repelled an Israeli attack on Damascus coming from Lebanese airspace.
Activists spoke of aerial bombardment of the Syrian capital, while Al Arabiya correspondent reported that Israeli planes flew over Lebanese airspace.
For its part, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported that Israeli strikes targeted Syrian sites, at midnight from Tuesday to Wednesday, after stopping for about a month, as explosions resounded in the vicinity of Damascus International Airport and an air defense battalion in the Al-Dumeer area, and in the southwestern part of the central Homs governorate. Syria, and the sounds of explosions were heard in both Hama and Latakia governorates, as a result of anti-aircraft forces confronting targets in the airspace of the region.
The source added that the strikes resulted in human losses in Homs, as rescue teams headed to the targeted sites, in addition to the explosion of weapons depots in the Dumayr area.
It is noteworthy that the vicinity of Damascus International Airport has witnessed since the beginning of this month a security alert for the regime forces and Iranian militias, without knowing the reasons.
On June 4, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights documented the killing of a person working with the Lebanese “Hezbollah”, as a result of injuries he sustained a week ago as an Israeli helicopter targeted Ain al-Tineh, west of Hader town in Quneitra countryside near the occupied Syrian Golan, where the activists of the observatory were. On May 10, the Syrians reported that an Israeli helicopter targeted a site where a person working for the Lebanese “Hezbollah” is located near the site of Ain al-Tineh, west of the town of Hader in the Syrian Golan, which led to him being seriously injured. He was taken to a hospital in Quneitra, and according to the sources, The targeted person is from the occupied town of Majdal Shams, and resides in the town of Hader.
On May 6, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights indicated that after midnight Wednesday – Thursday, an Israeli helicopter bombed a military point of the regime forces, where members of the Lebanese Hezbollah’s Reconnaissance and Monitoring Brigades are present, in the vicinity of the town of Jubata al-Khashab, north of Quneitra, Near the occupied Golan, where the point was targeted with two missiles by an Israeli helicopter from over the occupied Golan, and the targeting resulted in the wounding of three members who were present at the military point, and another military point in the vicinity of Tal al-Shaar was also targeted, according to the activists of the Syrian Observatory. The identity of the injured is known if they are from the regime’s army, or from the monitoring and reconnaissance companies in Hezbollah.