IDF attack in Syria caused heavy casualties - report

IDF missiles that were fired earlier in Syria succeeded in damaging and destroying Iranian and Hezbollah weapons depots and military sites.

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January 21, 2019 03:50
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IDF missiles that were fired earlier in Syria succeeded in damaging and destroying Iranian and Hezbollah weapons depots and military sites in the area of ​​the Damascus airport and in the area of ​​Al Qiswa and Jamraya, according to a report by the Syrian Center for Human Rights, which is based in Britain.

The report also said there were fatalities and heavy damages.Likewise, a Syrian military source described the attack as "massive."

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