Israeli Mock Air Raids in Sidon, Missiles at Syria 'from Lebanon' Airspace
Israeli warplanes conducted mock air raids over the southern city of Sidon after firing missiles overnight towards Syria from Lebanon’s airspace, the National News Agency reported on Saturday.
NNA said Israel conducted the mock raids at dawn and its airplanes flew at a low altitude over the city scaring the residents.
Moreover, residents of Wadi Khaled area near the border with Syria woke up to the sounds of missiles fired at the Syrian territory from Lebanon’s airspace, said NNA.
Israel struck military positions in central Syria early Saturday wounding soldiers and destroying several buildings, Syria's state news agency SANA reported.
SANA quoted an unnamed military official as saying the airstrike near the town of Masyaf, in Hama province, hit a military academy widely known as the Accounting School. It said Israeli warplanes fired missiles toward Syria from Lebanon's airspace and that Syrian air defenses shot down some of the missiles.