- Earlier also the airport was attacked
- There are frequent clashes between the two countries.
- Israel also fired rockets at the airport on 31 August
Israel attacked Syria: In the midst of the war between Russia and Ukraine, the news of quarrels and attacks between the two countries is coming to the fore. It is reported that Israel has launched an airstrike on Syria. It is being told that 5 Syrian soldiers have been killed in this airstrike. The attack has been carried out on Damascus, the capital of Syria.
After this Israeli attack, the Syrian government’s Defense Ministry said that Israel carried out air strikes on Damascus International Airport and other places south of the capital. Five soldiers were killed and property was damaged. The Syrian air defense system repelled the attack and managed to shoot down most of the missiles, the ministry said in a statement. However, no information has been revealed about the impact of the attack on flights to Damascus airport.
There are frequent clashes between the two countries.
According to media reports, Israel has intensified attacks on Syrian air bases to block Iran’s air supplies to deliver weapons to allies in Syria and Lebanon. Let us tell you that there are frequent clashes between the two neighboring countries. There is an old dispute between the two. There have been military conflicts between the two over the occupation of the Golan Heights or the Golan Hills. This hill was once occupied by Syria, but after the war with Arab countries in 1967, Israel acquired it. Israel wants to keep the Golan Hills with itself because the Syrian capital Damascus is only 60 kilometers away from here. Damascus can be easily seen from the high hills of the Golan.
Earlier also the airport was attacked
However, this is not the first time that Israel has attacked a Syrian airport. According to Syrian state media, on August 31, Israel also fired rockets at the airport. According to media reports, Israel has intensified attacks on Syrian air bases to disrupt Tehran’s increasing use of air supply lines to deliver weapons to allies in Lebanon.