The Al-Qaeda-affiliate Nusra Front rocket launcher that Hezbollah claimed the Syrian Army destroyed in Al-Baath city in Quneitra, as seen near the Golan Heights, Wednesday, July 20, 2016. (The Daily Star/ Hezbollah's Media War Center, HO)
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Hezbollah denied reports Wednesday that an Israeli airstrike had hit a Syrian army post near the occupied Golan Heights.The Hezbollah-affiliated War Media Center also denied Syrian rebel claims that an Israeli jet seen circling the area had carried out an air strike on a military position believed to be Hezbollah's, blaming the rocket fire on al-Qaeda-linked militants. It is held by pro-Syrian government forces, including the army and Hezbollah fighters.It said it had no information on casualties.Though formally neutral on the civil war, Israel has targeted Hezbollah officials and arms convoys inside Syria several times during the conflict.
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