Israeli Jet Struck by Missile After Violating Syrian Airspace: Syrian Army

IDF has contradicted Syria's account saying the warplanes came under fire while on the Lebanese side of the border

Israeli warplanes were forced to retreat from Syrian airspace after Syrian air defense systems stuck one of the jets near the Lebanese border region of Baalbek on Monday morning.

In a statement following the event, the Syrian army's general command said: “our air defenses responded and directly hit one of the jets, forcing [the enemy] to retreat.”

The statement also noted that Israel fired a number of missiles from inside the occupied territories around midday, hitting Syrian army positions in the countryside of Damascus.

The command warned of the “dangerous repercussions” of Israel’s repeated aggressions, stressing Syria’s determination to continue its war against terrorist groups which act as Israel’s arm in the region.

This article was edited by The Syrian Observer. Responsibility for the information and views set out in this article lies entirely with the author.


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