Boom, baby. BOOM.
Via Israel National News:
The Syrian government confirmed Tuesday morning claims circulated by Arab media outlets and Syrian opposition forces that Israeli Air Force fighters struck a Syrian army weapons depot outside of Damascus in a pre-dawn operation Tuesday morning.
According to a website aligned with anti-Assad Syrian rebels, at least four Israeli fighter planes were involved in a pinpoint strike against an army base in Al Qutayfah, northeast of the Syrian capital of Damascus.
Initial reports claim that the jets fired a barrage of four air-to-surface missiles, which were launched while the aircraft were in Lebanese airspace. The anti-Assad Qasioun News Agency added that a number of surface-to-surface missiles were also fired from Israel at the Syrian military facility.