According to the newspaper, total Israeli aviation “Fired five rockets,” and after the attack, loud explosions were heard.
Earlier, on Saturday, Syrian government publications reported that the country's air defenses had repelled a rocket attack by Israeli aircraft.
Local source confirmed RIA "NewsThat the attack occurred south of the Syrian capital.
The Israel Defense Ministry did not comment on the blow. However, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu issued a statement in which he stressed that the Israeli authorities would not allow the presence of Iranian forces in Syria and would not allow Tehran to seize nuclear weapons.
We will not allow the Iranian regime, obsessed with the destruction of the Jewish state, to acquire nuclear weapons. We will not allow this regime to gain a foothold militarily in Syria, to which it seems to be striving,said Netanyahu.