West News Wire: Aleppo International Airport in northwest Syria reportedly came under additional Israeli aerial attack, rendering the facility inoperable. 

The air raid was carried out on Monday at around 04:30 local time (0130 GMT), according to a military source cited by the official Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA). 

The source said, “The Israeli enemy launched an air attack from the direction of the Mediterranean, west of Latakia, targeting Aleppo International Airport. 

The airport runway was seriously damaged by the aggression, which rendered it inoperable. 

So yet, there have been no reports of casualties.  

A similar assault on the Aleppo airport was carried out by the Tel Aviv regime in May, which resulted in the death of one Syrian soldier and the injury of numerous more.  

It also struck the airport on two different occasions in March and put it out of commission for several days. 

Since 2011, when the Arab nation found itself in the grip of widespread foreign-backed violence and terrorism, Israel has regularly attacked the positions of Syria’s military and its supporters. 

The majority of the attacks by the regime go for the locations of Syria’s allies who have been supporting the nation in its arduous fight against foreign-sponsored terrorist organisations. 

Damascus has complained about the Israeli assaults to the UN on numerous occasions, pleading with the body’s Security Council to do action to stop Tel Aviv’s crimes. But none have listened to its demands. 

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