Israel Bombs Southern Damascus 2nd time in a Week – Calling for Regional War

Israel carried out an aerial bombing against targets in southern Damascus and in southern Quneitra late yesterday evening.

The bombing caused material damage in the targeted site of Jebel Al Manie south of Damascus east of Kiswah, and in the village of Rwihinah in southern Quneitra province, southwest of Syria, a Syrian military spokesperson stated. The bombing was carried out from over the occupied Syria Golan at 11:50 pm.

This is the second aggression in just one week and in an increased and escalated attacks against Syria, especially after Netanyahu discovered the intention of the USA to withdraw its troops from the region hoping he would drag the USA into a new war in the ‘Middle East’ on behalf of his ‘state’.

The last Israeli bombing was on the 18th of November, less than a week ago, also from over the occupied Golan, and killed 3 SAA officers.

It is obvious the Syrian leadership has prioritized ridding the country of the US-sponsored ISIS and Al Qaeda terrorists before focusing on Israel, but if Israel crosses the line in the type of its aggression then everything will change instantly. Any retaliation would drag the entire region into a mini World War with many countries involved especially NATO, including Turkey of course, the Gulfies, Iran, maybe Russia, and beyond.

Details in this report: Israel Bombs Southern Damascus and Quneitra from over the Golan.

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