Syrian army says Israeli regime carried out new aggression

Israeli airstrikes hit several sites on the outskirts of Syria's capital, Damascus, the Syrian military said Saturday.

The strikes came from the direction of the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights, Syrian state news agency SANA reported, citing an unnamed military official, according to Euronews.

The Syrian army added that air defenses shot down some and those that landed resulted in “material losses.” 

It was not immediately clear if there were casualties. 

There was no immediate comment from the Israeli regime. 

In violation of the Syrian territory, the Israeli occupying regime conducts aerial attacks from time to time against the positions of the Syrian army and Resistance forces that back the Syrian military in the fight against foreign-backed terrorism in the Arab country. 

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