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Syria Army’s air defense wards off Israeli air raid in southern Syria

The Syrian Army’s air defense systems have thwarted an Israeli missile attack in the Southern parts of the country.

The Syrian air defenses managed to intercept all the seven Israeli missiles, while some reports said the Syrian Army shot down six missiles and the seventh missile went astray and landed in a farm in rural areas.

Other reports said that the missiles were fired by Israeli fighter jets flying in Southern Lebanon’s air space.

Meantime, the Arabic-language service of Russian Sputnik news agency quoted local sources as saying that the Syrian Army’s air defense shield has repelled attacks by the usurper Zionist regime of Israel on targets near Talol al-Ahmar East of the town of Hazar, South of Damascus and North of Quneitra Province.

The sources noted that the Israeli fighter jets were continuously and intensely flying over the Occupied Golan Heights concurrent with the attacks.

Pointing to the tensions in Quneitra Front after Israel’s failed attack on Damascus suburbs today, they reiterated that the battlefield was the scene of missile exchanges between Syria and the brutal regime of Israel.

The Arabic-language service of Al-Mayadeen news network reported that four Israeli fighter jets fired missiles towards Damascus through Lebanon.

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