Too bad for Damascus
The mysteries surrounding the Israeli strike on Masyaf highlight how competing domestic factions and international actors continue to complicate Syria’s long and multi-faceted civil war.
At 2:30 in the morning on April 13, 2019, around a dozen missiles tore over the night sky of Hama province, Syria, launched by Israeli F-16 jets flying over Lebanon.
(This first appeared earlier in June 2019.)
In response, short-range Syrian air missiles arced...
Read this story at The National Interest