Source Pravda.Ru

Israel prepares for Syria missile attack

 

Israel closed its airspace for civil aviation in the north of the country, particularly in the area of ​​Haifa. In addition, Israel strengthened security measures and military presence.

The Jewish state made such a move after Syrian authorities announced that they were targeting Syrian missile systems against Israel.

Earlier, on May 5 overnight, Israeli aircraft struck the ammunition depot, located on the territory of Syria. Reportedly, the depot contained a batch of rockets that Syria was supposedly going to send to Hezbollah militants. About 300 Syrian soldiers were killed and hundreds were injured in the raid. 

 

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