Yesterday, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported that 11 Syrian army forces were killed, including a colonel, as a result of the Israeli shelling on the countryside of Homs.
In a press statement, the observatory indicated that the death toll from the Israeli bombing of the Homs countryside has risen to 11 of Syrian nationals, and that the death toll is likely to rise because of the wounded, some of whom are in critical conditions, in addition to information about other deaths of non-Syrian nationalities.
The Syrian Observatory revealed that the Israeli targets included a scientific research center in the Khirbet al-Tineh area and other military sites and points in the area there and located in the western countryside of Homs, and also targeted a Hezbollah ammunition depot south of Homs, and explosions occurred near the Dabaa military airport, without knowing the losses. According to the observatory, the remnants of the air defense missiles fell in several areas of the countryside of Homs and Damascus, while confronting the targets in the sky of the area, causing material damage.
A Syrian military source had announced that the air defenses responded to an Israeli bombardment that targeted several areas in Syria last night, and brought down some of them, and the losses were limited to material. The last time Israel bombed Syrian territory in mid-March.
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