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Zionist regime’s airstrike on Syria’s Aleppo causes casualties, material damage

The zionist regime has launched a new act of aggression against Syria’s northwestern city of Aleppo, causing casualties and some material damage.

, quoting an unnamed military source, said the new airstrike came from the direction of southeastern of Aleppo shortly after the midnight on Monday.

The report added that the Israeli strike targeted several locations in the vicinity of Aleppo, leaving a number of people dead while causing some material damage.

The statement by the Syrian military source did not specify the number of those killed in the attack and whether they were military personnel or civilians.

Some other media reports, however, indicated that the attack has killed 17 people, while injuring 15 others.

The new aggression came after Israeli airstrikes last Wednesday targeted separate locations across Syria, claiming the lives of four people, including a child.

The regime’s attacks targeted a central site and a residential building in Baniyas city in Syria’s coastal region, as well as the countryside of the eastern Syrian city of Homs.

A few days earlier, an Israeli drone strike targeted a car and a truck outside the western Syrian city of al-Qusayr, which is located south of Homs and overlooks Syria’s border with Lebanon.

Following the attack, the so-called Syrian Observatory for Human Rights alleged that the drone strike had killed two members of the Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah.

The regime has carried out hundreds of attacks against Syria since 2011, when the Arab nation found itself in the grip of rampant foreign-backed militancy and terrorism.

The Tel Aviv regime has significantly ramped up its strikes since last October, when it began a genocidal war on the Gaza Strip, in what has been described by observers as a reckless bid threatening to further fuel tensions throughout the region.

The Tel Aviv regime rarely comments on its cowardly attacks on Syrian territories, which many see as a knee-jerk reaction to the Syrian government’s phenomenal success in confronting and decimating terrorism.

Israel has been the principal supporter of terrorist groups that oppose the democratically-elected government of President Bashar al-Assad since the foreign-backed militancy erupted in Syria.

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