Two Hezbollah-linked fighters said killed in Syria strikes blamed on Israel

A war monitor claims that airstrikes attributed to Israel in Syria overnight killed two fighters affiliated with Hezbollah and wounded seven others.

“Two Syrian fighters working for Hezbollah were killed and seven other fighters working for the group were wounded in Israeli air strikes on Hezbollah sites near Sayyida Zeinab,” says Rami Abdel Rahman, who heads the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, an opposition war monitor.

There was no independent confirmation.

SOHR, run by a single person, has regularly been accused by Syrian war analysts of false reporting and inflating casualty numbers.

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