Israel airstrike Syrian international airport putting it out of service


Alleged Israeli airstrikes on the airport of Damascus has made it inoperable hours after the flights had resumed, following the similar attack last month.

It has been reported by Syrian media that Israel airstriked Damascus International Airport and other targets near the capital.

Syria’s state-run news agency, SANA, citing a military source, said that Israel launched missiles at the airport and other sites from Golan Heights. The pro-government Sham FM radio said that runway at the airport was hit.


The state media also claimed that the country’s defense system managed to intercept “most” of missiles of Israel. It also added that the attack caused “material damage” which led to the international airport being inoperable.

There were no reports of any casualties in the strikes.

Since the war began in Gaza between Israel and Hamas, there has been numerous alleged Israel strikes on Syria as Hamas is an ally of Hezbollah. The war was a result of Hamas attack on Israel on October 7.

The alleged airstrike by Israel on October 12 and October 22 on Damascus International Airport and Aleppo airport had put both facilites out of service.