Arab language media is reporting that fighter planes from the Israeli Defense Forces have attacked a Syrian military airport in Damascus as well as Hezbollah targets near the capital which killed and injured a number of fighters in the Shiite militia. The moves come after Prime Minister Netanyahu previously had announced in April that Israel had struck

Hezbollah targets in dozens of strikes to prevent the terrorist group from obtaining “game changing” chemical and advanced anti-aircraft weapons. For those following the looming terrorist threat that now faces Israel, the strikes sound like foreshadowing of the next war on Israel from an increasingly well-armed and funded terrorist army. Hezbollah, originally Lebanese and supported by the Shia regime in Iran. READ MORE