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According to reports, a convoy of 25 vehicles was attacked in al-Bukhmal, an area used for smuggling Iranian weapons. In addition, it was reported that before the attack, warning lights were fired to allow the drivers to escape. Last month outgoing Chief of Staff Aviv Kochavi unusually admitted Israel's responsibility for one of the attacks in the area

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Aircraft attacked trucks in Al-Buchmal, on the Syrian border with Iraq - this is what the Syrian Human Rights Organization reported this evening (Sunday).

The border area is used for smuggling Iranian weapons, and it has been attacked many times in recent years.

This is the same area where the weapons convoy was attacked that outgoing Chief of Staff Aviv Kochavi mentioned last month, when he unusually admitted Israel's responsibility for the attack.

According to a report on the Saudi Al-Arabiya network, the convoy included 25 vehicles and was attacked after crossing the border from Iraq. It was also reported Because she passed through a crossing controlled by Hezbollah and the aircraft sent out warning lights to allow the drivers to escape.

The last attack attributed to Israel in Syria was at the beginning of this month, when the Syrian army accused Israel of attacking the international airport in Damascus and other targets south of the capital.

The Syrian army also claimed that two soldiers were killed and damage was caused.

According to the Syrian army, the missiles were launched from the Kinneret region.

The official SANA news agency reported during the attack that the air defense systems were activated against "Israeli aggression".

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Source: walla

All news articles on 2023-01-29

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