Israel bombs Syrian territory 7 times during November
During the month of November, the Israeli army launched 7 air and ground targeting operations on Syrian territory, targeting sites in “Damascus and its countryside, Daraa, Deir ez-Zor,” and Damascus International Airport.
On November 9, the Israeli and American army targeted the positions of the Damascus government forces, in the east and south of the country, in addition to sites within the capital, Damascus, killing and wounding 15 people.
According to an announcement by US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin, “the US Air Force raided a weapons store linked to Iran in eastern Syria.”
On November 10, the Israeli army bombed sites inside Syrian territory, which Israel said was “in response to an attack targeting the city of Eilat with a drone.”
On November 11, the Israeli army targeted sites in the western Daraa countryside, south of the country, with missile attacks, targeting sites in the Nafaa Forest and Kawkab Dam.
On November 17, it launched missile attacks from the Golan Heights on sites in the vicinity of Sayyida Zeinab in the Damascus countryside.
On November 22, it launched raids on several areas in the Damascus countryside, targeting areas between Moadamiya, Qalamoun and Al-Qatifah in the Damascus countryside.
On the same day, the Israeli army targeted the Al-Bahdalia area in Sayyida Zeinab in the Damascus countryside.
The Israeli army re-targeted the airport on November 26, which led to it being out of service again and diverting the path of planes from Damascus towards Aleppo and Latakia airports.