Today, in the early morning hours, loud explosions were heard that struck the city of Homs and its surroundings. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said that the sounds were caused by a new Israeli missile strike, which targeted a warehouse of ammunition and missiles belonging to the Lebanese Hezbollah within the camp of "Hassan bin Al-Haytham" located on the Homs-Palmyra road.
The observatory pointed out that the operation caused violent explosions in the warehouse by Israeli missiles, and fragments of those explosions flew into the city of Homs, while the process of explosions preceded an attempt to confront the air defenses of the new targeting.
The sources of the Syrian Observatory confirmed that the camp "Al-Hassan Bin Al-Haytham" is for university training, but the Lebanese Hezbollah took it as headquarters a few years ago.
The pro-government SANA agency quoted the governor of Homs as saying that "the attack on a military site east of Homs is not yet known, and has led to explosions and smoke plumes leaving the site and shells falling in its vicinity and wounding a number of civilians passing by."
This has been the Israeli aircraft had targeted the midnight locations of government forces and Iranian forces, in the area of Tal Ahmar and the countryside of Ma’aria, west of Daraa, and the region of Tal Ahmar in the western Quneitra near the administrative borders with the province of Daraa.