The latest satellite images reveal the devastating consequences of the Israeli attack on the town of Masyaf, which is home of Syrian S-300 missile system.
The Israeli air strike on April 9, 2022, on the outskirts of Masyaf town, in Hama province in western Syria, had severe consequences.
According to the latest satellite images shared by a Twitter user name Aurora Intel, the massive airstrike destroyed two important structures at the defense plant in the Zawi area north of Masyaf. The Defense Factory provides ammunition to the Syrian Arab Army (SAA).
Satellite imagery courtesy of @sentinel_hub shows at least 4 different targets in this reported airstrike. Two of which have been three areas of which have been targeted before. The Zawi Defense Factory, North of Masyaf, Syria, two impacts noted. pic.twitter.com/i6F4YN7eiw
— Aurora Intel (@AuroraIntel) April 10, 2022
The airstrikes also targeted two structures in a key facility of the Syrian Scientific Studies and Research Center (SSRC) located to the northeast of Masyaf. The SSRC is Syria’s main military research and development institution. This facility was struck by Israel on several occasions in the past.
The last two targets in the raid were to target what is believed to be a Syrian air defense front near the village of Suwaydah in southeastern Masyaf and a military complex in the north of the town.
A Syrian military source told the state news agency SANA that the raids did not cause casualties, despite causing some material losses.