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Israeli warplanes attack Syrian Army sites

Since the start of the war on Oct. 7, a total of 3,100 launches from Lebanon and 35 from Syria have crossed into Israeli territory.

Israeli F-35I Adir jets fly in formation. Photo by 1st Lt. Erik D. Anthony/U.S. Air Force.
Israeli F-35I Adir jets fly in formation. Photo by 1st Lt. Erik D. Anthony/U.S. Air Force.

The Israeli Air Force overnight Monday attacked terrorist infrastructure belonging to the Syrian Army in the area of Mahajja, the Israeli military announced on Tuesday.

In addition, Israel Defense Forces artillery struck a military post in southern Syria on Monday night, as well as the source of a launch at the Golan Heights community of Yonatan.

The IDF also said that two launches from Lebanon during the overnight hours fell in open areas in the area of Misgav Am in northern Israel.

According to the latest IDF war data, as of April 2, a total of 3,100 launches from Lebanon and 35 from Syria have crossed into Israeli territory since the start of the war on Oct. 7.

In the northern arena, more than 3,300 targets have been attacked from the ground and another 1,400 from the air. Also, around 30 commanders and 330 terrorists have been killed.

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