(Worthy News) – Israel said on Tuesday that its military jets came under Russian anti-aircraft fire over Syria in May but they missed their target, describing the confrontation as a “one-off incident”.
The disclosure by Defense Minister Benny Gantz came amid tensions between Israel and Russia over the former’s condemnation of the Ukrainewar and the latter’s scrutiny of a Jewish emigration agency.
Having helped Damascus turn the tide of a more than decade-old civil war, Russian forces in Syria regularly turn a blind eye to Israeli air strikes against suspected Iranian-sponsored deployments and arms transfers. [ Source: Ynet News (Read More…) ]
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