Airstrikes crippled the runways at the two main airports in Syria on Thursday as Iran’s foreign minister was reportedly expected to arrive in the country.
Syrian-state media blamed the strikes on Israel, which declined to comment on the matter. The airports that were targeted were international airports in the Syrian capital of Damascus and the northern city of Aleppo.
The Wall Street Journal reported that Syrian air defenses tried to respond to the incident, which came a day before Hossein Amir-Abdollahian was expected to arrive in the country. No one was believed to be hurt in the airstrikes on the airports.
The incident comes after Palestinian terrorists launched an unprecedented wave of attacks in Israel several days ago, killing more than 1,300 people and injuring more than 3,000. At least 27 Americans were killed, and more than a dozen were still unaccounted for. (Read more from “Airstrikes Cripple Syria’s Two Main Airports Before Iranian Foreign Minister Was Expected to Arrive: Reports” HERE)
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