IDF says it bombed Syrian anti-aircraft battery that fired at Israeli jet

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(Worthy News) - The Israeli military said it bombed a Syrian anti-aircraft battery on Monday night that earlier in the day had fired at one of its fighter jets during a routine mission within Israeli airspace.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported that an officer and a soldier were killed in the Israeli retaliatory strike. A military vehicle was also said damaged in the attack.

According to the Israel Defense Forces, earlier in the day, an anti-aircraft shell was fired “at an Israeli fighter jet that was in the midst of a routine flight in the north of the country.” [ Source: Times of Israel (Read More...) ]

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1 thought on “IDF says it bombed Syrian anti-aircraft battery that fired at Israeli jet”

  1. The Israeli jet was in Israeli airspace ...... have Isreli jets fired into Syria from Israeli airspace in the past? "Routine flight", ... what does that mean? I thought Israeli was just carrying out missions on Iranian and Hezbollah targets in Syria. And who's the source of this news?

    Hmmm, this raises more questions than it answers.

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