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Two schools in Syria damaged by Israeli aggression

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Damascus, June 27 (Prensa Latina) The Syrian Ministry of Education reported today that two schools suffered damage as a result of the Israeli aggression perpetrated today on the town of Huyera, about 10 kilometers south of this capital.

The attack caused broken doors, furniture and windows at the Faisal Muhammad Al-Awal and Abdul Rahman Fouda primary schools, a Ministry statement reported.

He denounced that this action reflects the barbaric reality of Israel and its attempt to damage the educational process in Syria.

Damaging educational and pedagogical institutions shows the true inhumane nature of the Israeli enemy, he said. He reaffirmed that teaching work will continue with the objective of building a human being and providing education to all children.

At least two people lost their lives and a soldier was injured by an Israeli missile attack against the town of Hiyerah, about 13 kilometers south of this capital, the Ministry of Defense of this Levantine nation reported.

According to the military entity, the missiles were fired from the occupied Syrian Golan and the air defense units of the Syrian army managed to shoot down some, adding that the aggression also caused material losses.

Israel constantly bombards Syrian territory under the pretext of attacking pro-Iranian militias, while Damascus claims that these attacks constitute a violation of its sovereignty and international law.

The latest attack occurred on the 19th of this month with drones against two military sites of the Syrian Armed Forces in the provinces of Quneitra and Deraa, resulting in the death of an officer and material losses.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Arab country urged the United Nations Security Council to fulfill its responsibilities and put an end to these attacks.

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