BEIRUT, LEBANON (8:40 P.M.) – The Israeli Air Force has launched a new round of airstrikes over the southwestern Syrian province of Al-Quneitra this evening.

According to a military source in Damascus city, the first Israeli airstrike targeted the Syrian Arab Army’s (SAA) positions at the large hilltop of Tal Darbiyah.

The second Israeli airstrike would target the Al-Quneitra Hospital, resulting in the destruction of the entire facility.

The final Israeli airstrike targeted a Syrian Arab Army garrison that was located near Jabata Al-Shaab; this resulted in the destruction of the site.

Some reports claimed that an Israeli tank targeted a civilian vehicle in Quneitra city; however, this is unconfirmed and denied by some sources in the Syrian military.

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prince teutonic

Breaking news my a*s! It’s as regular as it gets…


This reminds me of the German Czech conflict, circa 1938, starting with the Sudetenland then Prague and finally war.