Damascus (QNN)- Syrian air defenses on Monday intercepted a new Israeli aggression above the capital Damascus, state media said.
Western intelligence sources have said were Israeli strikes on a major Iranian-backed ammunition depot on the edge of the capital, reported Reuters.
State television said Israeli missiles had flown over the Syrian Golan Heights where they conducted raids around the capital, causing seven casualties in addition to material damage.
There was no immediate Israeli comment.
A Syrian military spokesman was quoted on state television as saying its air defenses intercepted most of the missiles that targeted southern Damascus suburbs.
Damascus has been targeted several times by the occupation state during the last few months. The latest aggression was on April 27, when Israeli warplanes, according to SANA, flew over Lebanon to strike the Syrian capital.