Syria on Sunday urged the United Nations to take necessary measures to deter Israel’s attacks and hold it accountable after a deadly Israeli missile attack on the Syrian capital Damascus.
There has been no comment from the Israeli authorities on the attack.
The Syrian Army stated that many of the wounded are in critical condition. The Israeli missiles were launched from the Golan Heights on early Sunday. It has also been noted that most of the residential buildings in Damascus and the city’s countryside were damaged.
According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a war monitor. At least 15 people were killed; nine of the victims were Syrians: two civilians, four soldiers and three military officers. The Britain-based watchdog group said the identities of the other victims remain unknown.
According to local media reports, the missiles hit the upscale neighborhood of Kafar Sousah, the historic citadel of Damascus, and the al-Mazraa area.
The observatory said the target in Kafar Sousah was an Iranian school, adding that the Israeli missile attack also targeted positions of the Iranian militia and the Lebanese Hezbollah group in the Sayyida Zainab area, as well as a military site in the southern Syrian province of Sweida.