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Russian-made air protection programs shot down ALL Israeli missiles concentrating on Syria’s Homs – army — RT World Information

All 4 missiles fired by Israeli warplanes at Syria’s Homs province early on Thursday have been shot down by the Syrian Military utilizing Russian-made ‘Buk’ air protection programs, the Russian army has revealed.

Two Israeli F-16 jets fired the guided missiles from Lebanese airspace, round 01:11 native time on Thursday.

“All 4 missiles have been destroyed by on-duty Syrian air protection items, utilizing Russian-made Buk-M2E programs,” the Russian Reconciliation Heart for Syria stated in an announcement. 

Movies and photographs of the intercepts have been making rounds on social media.

It was the second Israeli strike towards Syria this week, coinciding with the Muslim excessive vacation of Eid al-Adha that started Monday.

On Tuesday, 4 Israeli jets fired eight missiles into Aleppo province, putting a scientific analysis facility within the city of Safira. Seven out of the eight have been shot down, nonetheless, by Syrian air protection items utilizing Buk-M2 and Pantsir-S weapons programs, the top of the Reconciliation Heart, Rear Admiral Vadim Kulit, stated. 

For Tuesday’s strike, the Israeli jets had penetrated Syrian airspace by way of the world of At-Tanf on the Jordanian border, managed by the US army, the Reconciliation Heart stated.

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The Israel Protection Forces (IDF) have launched airstrikes into Syrian territory for years, with Tel Aviv saying they have been a self-defense measure geared toward “Iranian” targets within the nation. 

Damascus has protested the assaults, calling them acts of aggression. Earlier this month, Russia, Turkey and Iran collectively condemned the “steady” Israeli assaults as violations of “worldwide regulation, worldwide humanitarian regulation, the sovereignty of Syria, and neighboring nations.”

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