Les défenses antiaériennes syriennes interceptent des missiles hostiles au dessus de Hama/Syrian Air Defence Intercepts Hostile Inbound Missiles Over Hama 24
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Les défenses antiaériennes syriennes interceptent des missiles hostiles au dessus de Hama/Syrian Air Defence Intercepts Hostile Inbound Missiles Over Hama

La zone d’Al-Misyaf, près de Hama, a été ma cible dans la nuit du 12 au 13 avril 2019 d’une nouvelle attaque aux missiles, probablement israélo-US.

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https://southfront.org/israeli-airstrike-on-northern-hama-destroyed-syrian-long-range-rocket-launcher/

The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) lost at least one Maysalun heavy artillery rocket launcher as a result of the recent Israeli airstrikes on the town of Umm Haratayn in northern Hama, a photo released by pro-government activists on April 13 revealed.

Maysalun is a Syrian-made variant of the Iranian Zelzal-2 unguided long-range artillery rocket. The rocket has a range of 210km and a heavy high-explosive (HE) warhead. Israeli sources had accused Iran and Syria of installing guidance systems in these types of rockets, effectively converting them into precision-guided rockets.

While the rocket launcher was destroyed in Umm Haratayn, the new Israeli attack was focused on the town of Masyaf in western Hama. According to RT, Israeli warplanes destroyed the College of Management, the Scientific Research center and the Accounting School in the town. More than 23 people, including 3 Syrian service members, were injured as a result.

According to the available information, Israeli warplanes launched stand-off munitions at their targets from Lebanon airspace.

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“intercepte des missiles” …. mouais, “certains missiles” serait plus correct, d’où l’on déduit que tous les autres ont “probablement” atteint leur(s) cible(s). Missiles ou bombes planantes. J’y vois surtout la démonstration de l’inefficacité pratique de la défense A/A syrienne et probablement russe puisqu’il suffit d’augmenter la dose.