Syria: Israeli Jets Kill Two in Attack on Research Center

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Middle East
Thursday, 31 January 2013

planeZionist entity’s aircrafts attacked a scientific research center in Jamraya, near the capital Damascus, killing two people and injuring five others.

“The Israeli fighter jets violated our airspace at dawn today and carried out a direct strike on a

scientific research center in charge of raising our level of resistance and self-defense,” the Syrian Army said in a statement on Wednesday.

This is the first Israeli aggression of its kind since the outbreak of the crisis in Syria, and was preceded by Israeli hints of fear from transfer of strategic-value weapons to the Islamic resistance in Lebanon.

Military sources told Al-Manar TV that the aggression was carried out by four warplanes which dropped nine rockets.

The Army command also said in its statement that the attack was carried out against the center after terrorist groups made several failed attempts in the past months to take control of the site. The statement said the Israeli planes had flown below radar range and destroyed the building. It denied that a convoy had been hit near the border with Lebanon, calling the reports “baseless.”

A Western official and a former Lebanese security official said earlier Wednesday that ‘Israel’ had attacked inside Syria along the border with Lebanon, and the former Lebanese official said an unmanned aircraft had hit a truck carrying weapons.

The Zionist entity declined to comment, as did U.S. officials, who deferred to Israel. It claimed earlier that it had targeted a convoy of chemical weapons in Syria.

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