Israel Bombs Syria Again


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Israel Bombs Syria Again

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Israel Bombs Syria Again

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As of February 10, several military events took place in Syria, the most notable of which was a major Israeli air attack targeting the outskirts of the capital Damascus.

The attack, which took place in the early hours of February 9, consisted of two waves of strikes:

The first one was carried out by fighter jets of the Israeli Air Force. The fighter jets launched a number of air-to-ground missiles at military targets around Damascus while flying inside the airspace of Lebanon, specifically to the southwest of Beirut.

The second wave of strikes was carried out by the Israeli Defense Forces, which fired a salvo of ground-to-ground missiles from the occupied Golan Heights at air defense sites near Damascus.

The Syrian Air Defense Forces intercepted several Israeli missiles. However, they were not able to prevent losses. The strikes claimed the life of a Syrian service member and wounded five others. Material losses were also reported.

The IDF ignored the first wave of strikes on Syria. However, it said that the second wave was a response to Syria’s air defense fire, in particular to an anti-aircraft missile that penetrated Israel’s airspace before exploding over the northern town of Umm al-Fahm.

The attack on Damascus was likely a part of Israel’s “War-Between-Wars” military campaign, which is meant to push Iran and its allies out of Syria.

The Israeli attack was not Syria’s only problem. The country’s northern and northeastern regions are still experiencing unrest as a result of a conflict between Turkish forces and the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF).

The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) has been getting more involved in this conflict as a result of Turkey’s never-ending attacks on Kurdish-held areas.

On February 9, a Turkish-backed militant was killed and three others were wounded when the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) targeted the Abu al-Zandin crossing in the northern countryside of Aleppo with guided munitions. Two truck-mounted heavy machine guns were also destroyed.

The strike was likely a response to recent Turkish attacks on Kurdish-held areas that wounded a number of Syrian soldiers.

The attack didn’t deter Turkey, who hit back in northeastern Syria on the very same day. Turkish combat drones targeted two vehicles on Amuda-al-Darbasiyah road and near the town of Bherah in the northern countryside of al-Hasakah. The Turkish strikes killed a child and wounded three other civilians.

Despite the unrest in Syria’s north and northeast, the situation in the northwestern region, known as Greater Idlib, is still surprisingly calm. As of February 10, no major ceasefire violations were reported in the region.

The situation in Syria’s central region is also still under control, mainly thanks to the efforts of the Russian Aerospace Forces. Between February 6 and 8, more than 80 Russian airstrikes hit ISIS hideouts in the region, especially near the town of al-Resafa in the southern Raqqa countryside. The intense airstrikes prevented the terrorists from launching any attack.

Meanwhile, in Syria’s southern region, the situation appears to be deteriorating, once again. At least two serious attacks were reported in Daraa.

On February 9, Shadi Bajbuj, a local commander who is reportedly close to the Syrian Military Intelligence Directorate, was killed when an improvised explosive device struck his vehicle in Daraa city.

On the same day, Abdel Ilah al-Masri,     near the town of Sahem al-Golan in the western Daraa countryside. However, he survived the attack.

The surprise escalation in the southern region reflects the instable nature of the conflict in Syria, which will not likely end anytime soon.

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Didn’t I read this exact story hear a few days ago?

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And a few hundreds times before over the last past 10 years or so, yes you are right. While I can understand the utter reluctance of the SAA to open up another front with one of the biggest overseas US military subsidiary called “Tsahal” sitting right at their border and dying for a pretext to invade further from the Golan (and eat whatever is left of the Syrian Golan first and foremost) I do find there is an obvious lack of courage and political will on the part of the Assads, comfortably sitting in their presidential palace covered by Russia AA and CAP while the rest of the population and military alike gets helplessly pounded despite its best limited anti-air efforts every time.

Merely *one* serious ballistic counter-attack with their very large Scud inventory on the Israeli-occupied Golan and namey its extremely big and vulnerable SIGINT center located in the are, and doing whatever it takes to absorb another wave of stronger, punitive strikes that would inevitably arise from the Israeli aggressor and a resulting crisis of potentially huge regional proportions and implications would put the onus on Putin to finally snap out of his absurd and terrible “neutral” position regarding such regular attacks on its allie infrastructure and sovereignty. I mean it didn’t even take Hezbollah a full-blown conventional army like the SAA to de-facto interdict strikes on its territory ever since 2006, and in their time they accepted to pay a high price for it while drawing a final , efficient red line from that. Airspace breaches sure continue, but outright strikes on Lebanon ? thing of the past. And in the rare border flare-ups, Hezbollah retaliates in days, and everybody has seen how seriously they are taken by both the military and government back in Israel, hastily emptying entire bases at the mere prospect of a fire exchange with the Lebanese militia. Now that is called true deterrence.

In my humble view and with the OSINT data I have at my disposal, the SAA has no real justification not to be able to at least try the very same , as they enjoy ample and greater means and a Russian patron to undertake that in a calculated risk. It is simply unimaginable to see Lebanon subjected to such regular bombardment as we see on Syria, that is for a reason : courage, both political and purely military. Now of course that does not mean I would ever allow myself to judge ordinary Syrians or their military, after all who am I sitting safe from harms way and typing on a computer, but I wanted to underline simple facts. Heck even Hamas does it whenever confronted ! their feeble home-made rockets barely ever hit anything but there is merit in time TRYING and not just giving the other cheek to get slapped even more !

If there is to be stabilization in this country for Russian to enlarge and develop their interest for which they heavily invested in the first place, Turkey and Israel will have to be put in their places one way or another, sooner or later. And the self-proclaimed Tzar will have to take a stand and stop his self-destructive and self-humiliating policies in obsessively “talking with everyone” while 99% of that “everyone” actually smash him and his allies from front and behind at every corner while providing him with gentleman lip service in public appearance and conferences, flattering his petty ego by handing him diplomatic candies on air with one-liners such as “the Russian leader is a great and responsible partner”, accolades that the Russian prez seems to favor quite a bit over his actual, concrete, mid and long-term interests which have increasingly worn his military’s patience over the years. Indeed this kind of amateurish mindset does not match ambition of a reemerging great power.

Chris Gr

SAA has a lot of allies but also a lot of enemies there. And they are not that strong. There is a regime that dislikes both SAA and Israel. It is called Turkey. And this regime has the strength to turn Damascus and Jerusalem into ashes.


turkey will be majority kurdish in a few decades anyway