2 Syrian soldiers killed in Israeli aggression on Shayrat airport
SANA confirms that Syrian air defenses intercepted hostile targets over the southeastern Homs province, downing several of them.
An Israeli aggression killed on Sunday two Syrian army soldiers and wounded three others in the central Homs province, Syrian state media reported.
Official news agency SANA confirmed that the Syrian air defenses intercepted "hostile targets over the southeastern Homs province," downing "several of them."
Syria: string of explosions in Shayrat Airbase (SE. Homs) after it was bombed by Israel tonight. Apparently ammo depots blasted. Secondaries & fires ongoing. pic.twitter.com/KJ54z26y0g— QalaatM (@QalaatM) November 13, 2022
Citing a military source, the news agency indicated that the strikes hit the Shayrat military airport, inflicting casualties and material damage.
"At 23:18 on Sunday, the Israeli enemy carried out an air missile aggression from the direction of Tripoli – Hermel in northern Lebanon, targeting Shayrat military airport in Homs countryside," the military source explained.
Syrian state television broadcast footage showing air defenses intercepting "missiles of an Israeli aggression."
Syria: video showing blasts inside Shayrat Airbase, SE. of Homs, after it was bombed tonight by Israel. Powerful explosions seen despite the distance. pic.twitter.com/hFXSfjU2fe— QalaatM (@QalaatM) November 13, 2022
It is noteworthy that the Israeli occupation targeted the same airport on November 8, 2021, wounding two Syrian soldiers, according to Syrian state media.
Read more: Sources reveal details of targeted tanks near the Iraqi-Syrian border