Israel strikes Syria based on Fake story by BBC

Israel strikes Syria based on Fake story by BBC

Israel strikes Syria based on Fake story by BBC

The "blatant assault" led to material losses at the site in the countryside around the capital, it said.

This isn't entirely unusual within Israel, as the military censors often compel the media not to report stories.

Syrian state television said Syria intercepted at least two Israeli missiles early Saturday that targeted a "military position". Israel has vowed to combat Iranian influence in Syria to defend its own interests in the region. The incident reportedly occurred Friday night, with IDF planes attacking the Iranian base at al-Kiswah, south of Damascus.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has previously warned that Israel would not allow Iran to establish any military presence in Syria. Sky News said the strike had been conducted with air-to-surface missiles from Lebanese airspace.

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Indeed, BBC itself used ambiguous language in saying the satellite images "seem to show" construction activity at the site referenced by the intelligence source between January and October this year.

A report last month said that Iran was building a permanent military base in southern Syria. There has been no official Israeli comment on the attack, however, the message is clear, that Iranian bases will not be tolerated, as senior officials in Israel have stated.

Israel has carried out a number of airstrikes against suspected arms shipments believed to be bound for Lebanon's Hezbollah militant group, which is fighting alongside Syrian government forces in the civil war in Syria.

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