Rocket sirens sound amid alleged Israeli airstrike on Damascus
Rocket sirens sounded in and near Umm al-Fahm in northern Israel, as Syrian state media reported an alleged Israeli airstrike near Damascus on Tuesday night.
The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) confirmed that an anti-aircraft missile fired from Syria set off the sirens and that the missile exploded mid-air.
Shrapnel from an air defense missile fell on a residential building in the city of Qudsaya near Damascus, according to Syrian reports. No injuries were reported in the incident.
Ambulances were heard in some neighborhoods of Damascus after the airstrikes, according to the Syrian Capital Voice site. The strikes reportedly targeted sites belonging to the Assad regime and Iranian militias.
One Syrian soldiers has been reported dead.
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