3 people injured in Israeli rocket attack on Syria's Hama province – reports

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3 people injured in Israeli rocket attack on Syria's Hama province – reports

Syria has shot down a few rockets propelled by Israel and focusing on the city of Masyaf in northwestern Syria, the Syrian state media revealed. Three individuals have been injured and a few structures devastated in the assault. 

The rockets were propelled by Israeli warplanes from the Lebanese airspace at about 2.30 am Saturday, SANA revealed. Accordingly, Syria enacted its air resistances and captured a few rockets, the organization said. The supposed Israeli strike hit a military post in the city and wrecked a few structures. Three individuals have been accounted for injured. 

Lebanese Al-Masdar News announced, refering to a military source on the ground, that Israeli rockets harmed various locales close to the Masyaf National Hospital. 


While Israel has not remarked on the announced assault, it is assumed that Tel Aviv has made another invasion into the Syrian region to take on supposed Iranian components there. 

Israeli media revealed in February that three of the four S-300 surface-to-air safeguard frameworks conveyed by Moscow to Syria in October a year ago and positioned in Masyaf were captured in an "erect" position, provoking theory that they may be before long sent into battle. 

Israel routinely pours down rockets on the Syrian region under the guise of connecting with Iranian focuses there. Late March, the Syrian rocket safeguard powers reacted to an assault by Israel that allegedly focused on a non military personnel air terminal and cuased a power outage in Aleppo.