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Israeli Missiles Hit Military Site Near Damascus Outskirts

03 December 2017

Syrian state television has confirmed that Israel attacked a military base outside of Damascus overnight on Friday, which Israeli media reports involved both surface-to-surface missiles and airstrikes, while Syria says its air defense systems were engaged and intercepted two missiles.

On several occasions, the Syrian army has also confiscated Israeli-made arms and military equipment from terrorists fighting the government forces.

Although the air defences responded to the attack, intercepting two of the missiles, the rest caused damage to the base.

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The spokesperson for the Israeli military declined to comment on reports of the attack.

Only last week Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman shunned Netanyahu's fears and stated that, "there is no physical Iranian military presence at the moment in Syria".

Meanwhile Times of Israel reported the incident quoting Arab media.

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The video was recorded Thursday, before the alleged strike, and is set to air in full on Sunday at the Brookings Institution's annual Saban Forum in Washington, DC. "We will not allow that regime to entrench itself militarily in Syria, as it seeks to do, for the express objective of eradicating our state", said Netanyahu.

However, some of the missiles hit their intended target, causing loud explosions near the towns of Kesweh and Sahnaya, the source further added. In satellite images published by the BBC, several buildings that appear to be storage facilities - for vehicles or weapons - are seen along a staging ground, with other buildings, one of them appearing to be a headquarters, adjacent.

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Israeli Missiles Hit Military Site Near Damascus Outskirts