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Satellite Images Show Two More Targets Struck During Recent Israeli Strikes On Aleppo

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Satellite Images Show Two More Targets Struck During Recent Israeli Strikes On Aleppo

An Israeli Air Force F-15 fighter jet flies during an aerial demonstration. (photo credit: AMIR COHEN – REUTERS)

On July 23, the Aurora Intel Twitter account shared new satellite images revealing two targets of the July 19 Israeli strikes on the northern Syrian governorate of Aleppo.

The targets, both appear to have been storage facilities, were located in the eastern outskirts of Aleppo city, near the city’s International Airport. Both targets were completely destroyed as a result of the Israeli strikes.

The strikes also targeted a compound located a few kilometers to the east of Aleppo, as revealed by older satellite images.

Initially, Syrian sources reported that the strikes targeted the al-Safirah defense factories in the southern countryside of Aleppo. However, new satellite images confirmed that the complex was not damaged.

The Israeli strikes on Aleppo resulted in three casualties, a service member of the Syrian Arab Army and two pro-government fighters.

Two days after the strikes, Israeli warplanes attacked a Syrian air base in southern Homs, where Lebanon’s Hezbollah maintains a logistic center. The base was badly damaged, despite reports of successfully intercepts by Syrian air-defense systems.

Israel’s recent strikes indicate that Tel Aviv is not planning to change its Syria police, which is yet to achieve any of its declared goals.

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