BREAKING: ISRAEL JUST BOMBED THE HELL OUT OF SYRIA…

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Dean James III% AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS

Israeli forces fired several missiles towards the 1st Division ammo storage in the western countryside of Damascus.

Syrian state TV said “military positions” were targeted by surface-to-surface missiles.

According to a military source, several missiles were fired towards this ammo storage, with some of them intercepted by the Syrian Air Defense before they hit the target, Arab outlet Al-Masdar News reported.

However, some of the missiles did reach their intended target, causing loud explosions between the towns of Kesweh and Sahnaya.

Other sources, however, claim the target was an alleged Iranian military base in the Kiswah area, some 8 miles from the city of Damascus, RT reported.

The engagement of Israeli missiles by Syrian anti-aircraft troops was confirmed by some Syrian media, although their reports claimed that they had been fired not by Israeli aircraft but rather from ground positions. According to the state-owned Al-Ikhbariya TV channel, two missiles were shot down.

Videos have emerged on social media purporting to show the moment one of the Israeli missiles was intercepted by Syrian Air Defense.

5 Israeli jet Missiles we’re fired and 3 were allegedly intercepted video of one of them being intercepted.”

Another Video allegedly showing Syrian Anti Air Defense intercepting one of the Israeli Missiles launched towards the countryside of Damascus.”

Israel has previously carried out airstrikes targeting Syrian territory, either claiming to be targeting positions of the militant group Hezbollah or retaliating in response to stray projectiles that occasionally cross the border into the Israeli-occupied side of the Golan Heights.

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Dean James III% AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS

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