Israel strikes Syrian army positions south of Damascus: monitor
Israel struck several Syrian army targets south of Damascus Wednesday evening, the Observatory for Human Rights said.
According to the Britain-based Observatory, three Israeli missiles caused property
A Pro-Assad military
Since the beginning of the bloody civil war in 2011, Israel is reported to have attacked Syrian military bases on a number of occasions, including raids reportedly targeting Iranian rockets bound for Lebanon's Hezbollah.
The group's chief Hassan Nasrallah said Tuesday that Hezbollah is not interested in a war with Israel, and certainly not in the near future, Israel's Channel 2 news reports.
Nasrallah claimed that Hezbollah was capable of defeating Israel in war, which, he says, Israel knows and therefore does not initiate a battle with the Lebanese group.
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