Israel reportedly bombarded a Syrian regime stronghold south of Damascus on Wednesday, Feb. 17.
All reports thus far of strikes by the Israeli Air Force on the Syrian regime outpost can be traced to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
The SOHR, a British-based non-governmental organization, reported that Israel bombarded a location south of the Syrian capital of Damascus, at Mount Mana, near roads leading to the city of Daraa. This area is controlled by the Assad regime.
That location was struck by three missiles, leading to physical damage. There were no reports about the extent of the physical damage or about human losses.
Given Israel’s heretofore reluctance to become involved in the Syrian civil war, it is likely that if the strike forces were Israeli, the bombardment took place either because Hezbollah operatives were believed to be present or because supplies intended for Hezbollah were located there.
Hezbollah, the Lebanese terrorist group, has been assisting the Syrian regime throughout the ongoing civil war. Both Hezbollah and Syria are terrorist proxies controlled by Iran.