Israeli jets carried out several raids North of Damascus overnight Thursday-Friday, Israel’s Channel 2 claimed, and citing foreign reports.
There were no immediate reports of casualties, the Times of Israel claimed.
The airstrikes were said to have targeted a four-truck Syrian army convoy, loaded with ballistic missiles.
The Israeli planes struck the vehicles after they left an army base, the reports claimed.
The Israeli Air Force also reportedly hit a gas supply, sparking massive explosions, According to Fars News Agency.
Israeli airstrikes in Syria have been widely reported over the last almost five years of the country’s crisis in support of the Takfiri terrorists.
The original source of this article is Alalam