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Israeli warplanes have struck targets near the international airport in the Syrian capital, Damascus, Syrian media says.
The reports said the attack happened Wednesday morning.
There were no immediate comments from the Syrian government on the issue.
In October, the Israeli military launched a number of artillery attacks against Syrian army posts in the Golan Heights.
Syria says Israel and its Western and regional allies are aiding Takfiri militant groups operating inside the Arab country. […]
The Algemeiner reports on the same subject:
According to reports in Syrian media outlets affiliated with President Bashar Assad, Israel Air Force jets attacked targets near the Damascus airport, Israel’s Channel 2 reported Wednesday evening.
The report, a breaking story that interrupted the nightly news, was neither confirmed nor denied by Israeli authorities.
Channel 2 military correspondent Roni Daniel said that Israel has made it clear it would not allow the transfer of weapons from Iran, via Damascus, to Hezbollah in Lebanon.
This is not the first time that air strikes in Syria have been attributed to Israel without confirmation from officials in the Jewish state. But this comes on the heels of meetings between Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Russian President Vladimir Putin reportedly held to coordinate operations in Syria — and ensure that there are no unwitting collisions between planes from their respective air forces.
A video posted by opposition sources in Syria allegedly showing the attack: