Missile attacks to Southern Syria, Israel’s grimace to Hezbollah!

Tuesday, 1 September 2020 - 10:06

ISWNews Analysis Group: In late hours of August 31, Israeli warplanes targeted al-Kiswah area, south of Damascus, with several missiles from the occupied Golan.

Syrian army officials reported to intercept most of the missiles, however some of them hit the targets and martyred two and injured seven.

Almost 40 days ago, in a similar attack to al-Kiswah area a Hezbollah member was martyred and after that the southern border of Lebanon was under high tension and Israeli regime army is in full alert scared of Hezbollah retaliation attack.

Syrian air defense systems intercept one of the missiles

Israel’s last night attack to Syria one day after Sayyid Hassan Nasrallah, Hezbollah secretary, speech on Ashura day, who said that the Hezbollah is seeking to dictate a new deterrent equation in the area. He said if a number of Hezbollah forces are killed by Israel, the same number will be killed from Israeli forces.
He said: “We want to prove a point, an equation; When you kill one of our warriors, we kill one of your soldiers, the end! This is the equation. It can’t be that you kill one of us and we just destroy a hill, a base or some metallic equipment! You have the resources of the whole world, you replace it. They can’t deter Israel.”

In this regard, the new attack by Israeli regime is considered a grimace and impudence to Hezbollah and resistance axis.

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