At least eleven people have died as a result of the attacks by the Israeli air force in areas south of Damascus and in southwest Syria in the past few hours, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
The London-based organization, with a broad network of informants on Syrian territory, said Israeli air strikes killed seven fighters from a pro-Iranian militia of non-Syrian nationalities and three soldiers from the Syrian armed forces, one of them. them an officer of the Syrian Air Force.
The bombings also killed a Syrian woman who was hit by shrapnel at her home in the city of Al Hejana, south of Damascus. Air strikes by the Israeli Air Force have caused significant material damage.
The official Syrian news agency SANA reported late Monday that several Israeli air strikes had killed at least two people and injured seven military personnel in areas south of the Syrian capital.