Syria: Israeli missiles hit military base near Damascas

Syria: Israeli missiles hit military base near Damascas

Syria: Israeli missiles hit military base near Damascas

Israel has also been providing medical treatment to the extremist militants wounded in Syria. The Israeli military has not confirmed the strike.

Israeli missiles attacked a military position near Damascus overnight and Syria's air defense system thwarted them, Syrian state television said on Saturday.

However, some of the missiles hit their intended target, causing loud explosions near the towns of Kesweh and Sahnaya, the source further added.

SANA says the missile attack occurred shortly after midnight on Friday and caused material damage. The report added that "our defense forces destroyed two enemy targets".

The newspaper Arab Today, directly quoting Iranian media, declared the names of the dozen members of the Iranian forces that were said to have been killed in the Israeli attack on the base near the Syrian capital of Damascus.

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Previously, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said that it would not allow Iran to establish any military presence in Syria.

Tehran has helped prop up the Syrian regime with militias and officers.

A report last month said that Iran was building a permanent military base in southern Syria.

Earlier this year, a senior Israeli official vowed that Israel would bomb Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's palace in Damascus if Hezbollah continued to expand its sway over the war-torn country. A series of satellite images showed construction at the location of the alleged base, which was made known to the BBC by a western intelligence source.

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