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Israel is becoming increasingly assertive in its strikes and raids, allegedly against Iranian positions, on Syrian soil.
This is more than likely owed to the fact that US activity is at a low-point following Joe Biden’s inauguration.
Israel feels threatened by the slim possibility that the Iran Nuclear Deal will be revived. As such it is left to fend for itself and it appears to be doing so quite ferociously.
In the late hours of February 3rd, the Israeli military launched a large-scale attack on southern Syria. The Syrian Arab Army General Command said that that air-to-ground and ground-to-ground missiles were launched in a heavy barrage.
According to local sources the barrage targeted Damascus International Airport, Mezzeh Military Airport, a Syrian Arab Army base near the district of Kiswah, and a series of military sites in Daraa and al-Quneitra.
The Syrian military says that some of the missiles were intercepted, others caused only material damage.