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Israel’s airforce raided an arms convoy outside Damascus, according to a Wednesday morning report by Lebanese television channel Al-Jadeed. According to Al-Jadeed, an Israeli fighter plane attacked targets in the al-Qatifa Mountains near the Syrian capital. The plane flew over Beqaa Valley in Lebanon at approximately 3 AM, attacking the convoy from Lebanon’s airspace.

According to A-Nashra, the convoy was transporting weapons, most likely to Hezbollah in Lebanon.


The IDF spokesperson refused to comment on the reports.

Wednesday morning’s attack came against the threats by Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah to attack a controversial ammonia tank north of Haifa, which is being relocated. Nasrallah said, “We will hit the ammonia tank wherever it is.”

“Of course, Haifa would be easier, but we will hit it anywhere,” he said.

On Tuesday, Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman used the opportunity of a visit to a Golani Brigade exercise to warn Hezbollah that a strong IDF is “the best response to all the threats and all the fiction that we hear from across the border. Those who haven’t seen the Golani Brigade exercise – better carry on hiding in an underground bunker.”

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