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Saturday, December 2, 2017
Lebanese news service: Russian supervised Syrian air defense intercepted Israeli rockets (orders to defend Russian soldiers)

Special sources to Al Mayadeen: Russian Pantzer systems shot down an Israeli
missile in the countryside of Damascus
Al Mayadeen [Lebanon] 2017-12-02 21:35 ? 6390
[Google translation of the Arabic]
https://www.almayadeen.net/news/politics/841348

Russian sources revealed to Al Mayadeen that Russian air defense systems
downed one of the rockets fired by Israel last night on one of the Syrian
army targets in the countryside of Damascus.

Israel targeted military installations and ammunition stores belonging to
the Syrian army with two Jericho-1 missiles.

Sources told Al Mayadeen that Russian air defense systems shot down one of
the rockets fired by Israel last night at one of the Syrian army targets in
the countryside of Damascus.

"The Bantseer-S-1 air defense systems, supervised by Russian military
experts in Syria, downed one of the two rockets launched by Israel after
midnight on targets in the Al-Kaswa area of ??Damascus countryside," a field
correspondent quoted reliable sources in Russia as saying.

According to the sources of Al Mayadeen, "Israel fired two Jericho - 1
missiles at military facilities stores of ammunition belonging to the Syrian
army.

The sources pointed out that the missile air defense system, which is
supervised by Russian experts in Syria, has received orders to address any
aggression posing a threat to the sites where there are Russian soldiers,
whatever the source.
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