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Damascus accuses Israel of coordinating airstrikes with 'terrorists'

Damascus accuses Israel of coordinating airstrikes with 'terrorists'

Second alleged Israeli attack inside Syria in a week hits research centre in Jamraya on the outskirts of Damascus.

Just days before, Israeli Air Force missiles destroyed a building in the Syrian city of al-Qiswa where an Iranian military facility was reportedly under construction, the Times of Israel said.

Syrian state TV reported that the air defense system managed to intercept three Israeli missiles. The structures that were damaged appear to be barracks and garages.

Syrian state television reported that Syria's "air defence system thwarted the attack" by shooting down two of the Israeli missiles.

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A witness told Reuters late on Monday three strong explosions were heard from the direction of Jamraya, west of Damascus.

This comes as Israel is getting increasingly involved in the Syrian conflict in order to counter Iranian military presence in the region.

Al Qoraish, an Arab newspaper published from London, reported that several Iranian soldiers were killed or wounded in the attack.

Daveed Gartenstein-Ross of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, a pro-Israel Washington think-tank that has been highly critical of the US failure to produce a military-economic strategy to prevent Syria falling apart, said the absence of a US blueprint helped Iran accumulate power. MWC News was unable to verify the report. Meanwhile, satellite images released by ImageSat International earlier Monday apparently evidence the damage caused to the Iranian base located al-Qiswah, some 50 kilometers north of the Israeli border.