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Offline TomSea

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Angry Russia exposes operational details of Israeli strikes in Syria

Moscow says IAF jets used Jordanian airspace for strikes on targets in and around Damascus, accuses Israel of causing 'increased tensions and the potential for conflict around Syria,' as well as 'counteracting our efforts to control the situation'
Daniel Salami |   Updated: 11.21.19 , 10:54

Not content with condemning its attacks in Syria as destabilizing, Russia's Foreign Ministry this week decided to embarrass Israel, revealing information about four alleged IDF attacks in the past 10 days – even saying it used Jordanian airspace to carry out one of them.

The first airstrike mentioned by the Russians was carried out on Nov. 12 on the home of Islamic Jihad's deputy leader Akram al-Ajouri in the Mezzeh neighborhood of Damascus. Al-Ajouri himself was left unscathed while his son and another person reportedly were killed and another 10 people were wounded.

According to the Syrian news agency on the day of the attack: "At 4:14am, Israeli fighter jets arrived over the Galilee and fired three missiles at Damascus. The air defense system shot down its targets and managed to destroy the missiles before they hit their objective. Two other missiles hit the home of al-Ajouri."

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Re: Angry Russia exposes operational details of Israeli strikes in Syria
« Reply #1 on: November 22, 2019, 06:41:36 PM »
I don't care if the Russians get "angry".
Israel does what it needs to do to protect itself in the area.
I wouldn't expect this to change.


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