A series of explosions occurred in the vicinity of Hama airport in Syria, where a major military base had been hit by air strikes on the 29th of last month. Damascus accused Israel of launching the strikes, while sources said that the bombing targeted an Iranian missile system.
Hours after the US withdrawal from the international agreement on Iranian nuclear and a meeting between Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Russian President Vladimir Putin until Israeli missiles began to pour on Syria, where about 50 raids, according to France 24, to return Damascus to strike Israel in the Golan.
After Syrian state television reported that anti-missile defenses had responded to an attack on an air base in the Homs area, a commander of a regional alliance of the Syrian regime spoke to Reuters and denied an attack or loss.
While Hezbollah's military media said missiles had targeted an airbase near Damascus, the coalition source said: "A wrong warning led to the firing of Syrian air defense missiles during the night and there was no new attack on Syria.
Moscow's vague reaction to the US raids on Syria b failed Moscow's attempts to save it after failing to pass a Security Council resolution condemning the military strikes by the United States, Britain and France against Syria.
Russia has said that the US strikes did not target its troops in Syria.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad appeared at a presidential residence to carry out his duties, hours after the US-led tripartite military strike.
The video was broadcast by the Syrian presidency on Facebook and it was written "Sabah al-Samoud".
American Wars, As the largest US naval and air fleet since the invasion of Iraq heads to Syria, while Moscow is trying to avoid war, US President Donald Trump said the decision on action in Syria would be taken "very soon."
Trump told reporters that his team was "seriously considering" the situation, following an alleged chemical attack on the town of Douma, in the eastern Ghouta near Damascus.
Western powers are believed to be preparing for military strikes against President Bashar al-Assad's forces, but Damascus, a Damascus ally, opposes such action.