The Syrian army has fired at least four surface-to-air missiles at Zionist aircraft as the regime launched an attack against the western countryside of Syria’s capital Damascus, reports say.
The Arabic-language al-Masdar news agency, citing an unnamed source, said the Syrian military’s anti-aircraft missiles were fired from the Mezzeh Airbase in rural Damascus in the early hours of Saturday.
The source added that a Zionist fighter jet was flying at a low altitude over Lebanon’s Baalbek region near Syria’s border when the Syrian missiles were launched.
The news agency, citing an unnamed military source, reported that a number of Zionist missiles were fired toward the 1st Division ammo depot in the western countryside of Damascus, adding that the Syrian Air Defense managed to intercept some of the projectiles before hitting their designated target.
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