Israeli warplanes strike ammunition plant in Syria's Homs

Violet Powell
November 4, 2017

According to a breaking news report on Lebanese news stations, Israeli warplanes have attacked a site in Syria near the city of Homs. The attack was carried out by IAF fighter jets.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a UK-based monitoring group, reported that the strike targeted a Syrian military or Hizbullah installation that was believed to manufacture rockets.

Syria's Foreign Ministry on Thursday called on the United Nations Security Council to condemn Israel's attacks on Syria after an Israeli strike late on Wednesday.

Israel has occasionally carried out airstrikes on the Shiite terrorist group targets amid growing concern that the Iran-sponsored proxy is building its presence and weaponry stronghold along its border with Syria.

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Stressing that any "Israeli" military action against Lebanon would not be successful, Aoun made clear that "no one can rely on anyone [else] to defend his country".

Aoun also said that he did "not think there will be war with Israel, because Israel would not win such a war".

Israel said last month it had attacked Syrian government artillery after fire from across the armistice line hit the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights, and warned it would step up such retaliation in the future. Other Syrian press sources claimed that Israeli aircraft bombed an arms depot of Hezbollah and that Syrian anti-aircraft systems fired surface-to-air missiles against the jet, which according to Israeli media was not hit.

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