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Missile Attack Over Damascus
submitted 2 years ago by CompleteDoubterII from self.Syria
There was a missile attack over Damascus recently, reported to be by Israel from the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights by Syrian state media. Syria's air defenses responded, and a Syrian military spokesperson said they had thwarted most of the missiles, and only suffered material losses. Apparently they were targeting an Iranian ammunition depot.
I wonder if this flare-up of tensions has anything to do with the plane tensions? Trump is very pro-Israel, and the target was supposedly Iranian. The video of the response seems to support the view that the attack was mostly thwarted (though I know close to nothing about missiles) as they seem to have mostly blown up in the sky instead of on the ground. It may be revenge, but I would think that revenge over a failed attack would be more militaristic. Not that I am any geopolitical analyst.
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Also posted this on Notabug.