Civilians killed and injured in Israeli airstrike on multiple sites in Homs
Ten people were killed and thirteen others injured in an Israeli airstrike on a building on Hamra Street in downtown Homs. Obituaries confirmed the deaths of civilian youths Abdul Jabbar Al Sayyed, Abdul Rahman Al Sabawi, and Anas Iybo, as well as the elderly building owner Nabila Raslan and her son Mohammad Hassan Al Mosul, who was visiting from the United States, all from well-known families in Homs. The identities of the others have not been disclosed.
The airstrike also targeted other civilian and military sites, including the Technical Services Garage in Homs Governorate, which was destroyed and put out of service, the Shayrat Military Airport, the village of Al Mazraa west of the city near the oil refinery inhabited by a Lebanese Hezbollah enclave, and a site south of the city near Tadmur Roundabout.
The Syrian Human Rights Committee (SHRC) strongly condemns the Israeli attack on civilian lives and also condemns the infiltration of Iranian militias and Hezbollah Lebanese militias into the midst of Homs neighborhoods, endangering civilian lives. It calls on them to leave the civilian neighborhoods and not to endanger their residents.