Skip to comments.Israel Massively Increased Its Airstrikes In Syria In 2017-2018, According To New Report
Posted on 09/04/2018 4:40:14 PM PDT by Pavegecko
Israel carried out 200 airstrikes in Syria in a year and a half, according to a senior IDF source, The Jerusalem Post and Ynet reported. The reports on Tuesday reveal a massive increase in the number of airstrikes. According to the reports In total, some 800 missiles and bombs were launched at targets on Syrian soil, the majority by IAF fighter jets.
Of particular interest is the fact that in August 2017 a report in August 2017 in which Israel Air Force commander Maj.-Gen. Amir Eshel said Israel had carried out at least 100 strikes in the last five years attempting to interdict weapons transfers to Hezbollah via Syria. So that would be 2012-2017, basically covering the period since the Syrian Civil War began. The amount of overlap between the Eshel statement and the 2018 report is unclear. If the 2018 report covers one and a half years than that would be the following dates:
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They dont like Iran much. I think many, or maybe all, the strikes, are against Iranian targets.
To my knowledge, and i invite facts as to dates and times, Syria has never attacked Israel. EVER!! Therefore, each of these attacks are violations of international law and provoke massive lethal response. I like Israel. Those people need to get saved but they have no right to attack Syria, what so ever.
There are reports of new strikes this morning.
If think Israel is bad wait until Trump decides to whack ‘em
Now that Russia and Syria are stepping up the operations in Idlib, things might get even more interesting in Syria.
And the US didn’t have a right to attack Japan after Pearl Harbor based on your very astute conclusions....
And not a one on Isis and other sunni head choppers, only against this fighting them. Just noticing.
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