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NGO: At least 10 Syrian soldiers killed in Israeli raids
Published Monday 23/06/2014 (updated) 24/06/2014 10:31
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Heights, next to the Israeli-Syrian border (AFP/File Jack Guez)
BEIRUT (AFP) -- At least 10 Syrian soldiers were killed in Israeli overnight air raids on positions near the Israeli-held Golan Heights, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitoring group said on Monday.

"At least 10 Syrian soldiers were killed in Israeli raids against military positions next to the occupied part of the Golan. Nine missiles were fired by aircraft and at least two tanks and two artillery batteries were destroyed," the Observatory said.

The teenage son of a defense ministry contractor was killed on the Golan on Sunday when a blast hit the car he was traveling in with his father.

The victim was named as Mohammed Qaraqra, a Palestinian citizen of Israel from the northern village of Arabeh in the Galilee region, military radio said.
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1 ) eko / USA
23/06/2014 15:35
Israel carried out nine strikes against Syrian military targets after midnight Monday, June 23, in retaliation for the Kornet rocket attack which killed an Israeli boy and injured two others a few hours earlier. They were conducted by air strikes and Spike NLOS anti-tank missiles (Tamuz), against Syrian firing positions, its 90th Brigade command center in Quneitra and three battalions.

2 ) Kelly / Ireland
24/06/2014 12:41
Is anyone jumping up and down with indignation at these Israeli air raids on Syrian positions near the Israeli-held Golan Heights?
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