Structural damage and injuries are reported following an Israeli strike overnight in Syria; The Israeli Air Force (IAF) reportedly carried out the strike via Lebanese airspace; Iranian military interests were targeted.

Another Israeli airstrike hit key targets in Homs, Syria, on Monday evening – targets that were connected to Tehran’s growing military presence in the area. Targets were also struck in Tartus, which is located along the Mediterranean coast.

Initial reports indicated that a couple of Iranian-backed fighters were injured in addition to structural damage taking place. As usual, Syrian air defense systems responded to the attack, which was carried out via Lebanese airspace, and State media claimed most projectiles were eliminated.

Early reports revealed that the targets of interest included an Iranian weapons storehouse, as well as an Iranian air defense system en route to Lebanon via Tartus. As is typical of the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), they did not comment on the attacks.