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Netanyahu: Israel Struck Iran Weapons In Damascus

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Netanyahu: Israel Struck Iran Weapons In Damascus

Netanyahu: Israel Struck Iran Weapons In Damascus

CNN reports, In a rare acknowledgment of Israeli operations in Syria, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the country's air force struck Syria over the weekend.

Speaking at Sunday's weekly Cabinet meeting, Netanyahu said: "In the last 36 hours, the air force has attacked Iranian warehouses with Iranian weapons in the Damascus International Airport.

The total sum of the last attacks prove that we are more determined than ever to act against Iran in Syria exactly as we promised.

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