Israel has taken out 1/3 of Syrian air defenses in last two years

Israel has taken out 1/3 of Syrian air defenses in last two years

Thursday, August 13, 2020 | Tag Cloud Tags: Hezbollah, infrastructure, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Israel Air Force, Jerusalem, Lebanon, News, Syria, UK, War, Worthy News
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(Worthy News) – Israel has destroyed one-third of Syrian air defenses in the past two years, and close to a thousand surface-to-air missiles have been launched towards Israel Air Force jets during missions for its “war-between-wars” campaign targeting Iranian infrastructure in the war-torn country.

Israel has been carrying out its war-between-war campaign against Iran since 2013, striking thousands of targets in Syria, and according to foreign reports in neighboring Iraq, in order to prevent the smuggling of advanced weaponry to Hezbollah in Lebanon and the entrenchment of its forces in Syria where they could easily act against Israel.

Israel does not comment on most alleged strikes, but it has been accused of carrying out strikes around the capital of Damascus as well as deep inside Syrian territory including in northern Syria near the Turkish border as well as the al-Bukamal region near the Syrian-Iraqi border. [ Source: Jerusalem Post (Read More…) ]




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