Syria: Aleppo’s airport allegedly hit as Israel strikes three areas around the city
The official Syrian news agency SANA reported on Wednesday evening that heavy explosions were heard at the airport in the city of Aleppo.
A number of “enemy airstrikes” struck the Shiekh Najjar and Jibrin Districts of the city.
Syrian state television reported that the attack was an Israeli attack and noted that “Syria’s air defense forces intercepted several missiles.”
The attack targeted warehouses used by the Iranian forces operating on Syrian soil.
The entire city of Aleppo is reportedly in darkness as the electricity flow to the city stopped immediately after the attack began.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported that there were casualties in the attacks on Aleppo.
6 thoughts on “Syria: Aleppo’s airport allegedly hit as Israel strikes three areas around the city”
There is no point in blaming every single occurrence the Israeli air forces for strikes on Iranian warehouses used by the Iranian forces operating on Syrian soil.
Iranians have a long backlog of placing warehouses exactly in the locations where there will be explosions, because of the map errors, which errors increase with the distance.
Aleppo is 1000 km far from Iran, big error, very big error!
That’s good news. The towelheads need to go back to Persia.
Donkey-brained ayatollahs – lucky for Israel, that its arch-enemy is abysmally stupid !
Good work in Syria ..
But heads up on Gaza
Friday’s March will probably include suicide bombers trying to get through the fence to harm Israeli troops or tanks
Best to triple the number of snipers and use camera feeds and drones to prove what the homicide bombers were doing…
Are you happy with possible retaliations. Would not a real peace bring more nightrest?
Not allegedly. 100% accurate. Good job IDF.