Israel Strikes Hizbullah Site in Southwest Syria, Warns Syria Against Cooperation With Hizbullah, Iran

Syrian media reported on Monday that an Israeli artillery strike targeted a site belonging to Hizbullah, the Iran-backed, Lebanon-based Shiite Muslim armed group, near Quneitra in southwest Syria. The Qurs al-Nafl site, located near the Syrian-Israeli border, was reportedly hit by 20 shells fired by the Israeli military. The Lebanese Al Mayadeen TV said no injuries were reported in the attack. The site has been targeted repeatedly by alleged Israeli strikes in recent years.

Hezbollah relocates arms amid fears of Israeli attack

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) reported on Sunday that the Lebanese-based Hezbollah terror group had transferred arms and redeployed militants in from military posts near Damascus and the eastern desert of Homs.

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