Israel targets Palestinian Jihad leader inside Syria

 Palestinian Islamic Jihad announced that Israeli warplanes targeted the leader of the movement Akram al-Ajouri in the Syrian capital Damascus.

The official Syrian News Agency (SANA) reported earlier that two people were killed and six others were injured due to "hostile targeting" by several missiles of an apartment building near the Lebanese embassy in Darya in the Syrian capital Damascus.

This development comes hours after Israel announced the assassination of a senior leader in the " Sarayah al-Quds ", the military arm of the Islamic Jihad movement in Gaza, Bahaa Abu Atta, during the bombing of his home in the neighborhood of Shijaia east of Gaza City.

The shelling resulted in the killing the citizen Bahaa Abu al-Atta and another woman, and wounded others who were taken to Shifa Hospital in the city, according to the official Palestinian news agency "Wafa".

Tel Aviv accuses Abu al-Atta of being directly involved in "operations and attempts to target Israel and IDF soldiers in various ways, including rocket fire and sniper attacks."



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