The Syrian Ministry of Defense announced, last Sunday, the departure of Damascus International Airport again from service after Israeli shelling targeted, with some points in the countryside of Damascus, after the air defense means confronted the hostile missiles and destroyed most of them and the aggression resulted in the airport out of service and some material losses.The Qatari Foreign Ministry announced on Monday that an agreement had been reached to extend the humanitarian calm between Israel and the Palestinian movement "Hamas" in the Gaza Strip for two days. Dr. Osama Dannoura, a Syrian political and strategic analyst, said that "the survival of the Syrian arena away from the ceasefire in Gaza and Lebanon, is related to different reasons and contexts, some of which are strategic political and others related to the rules of engagement related to Syria." Danoura continued, saying: "It aims to subjugate Syria and push it to change its geopolitical approach towards the issues of the region, a goal that has not yet been achieved, and will not be achieved, so the Israeli aggression project on Syria is a long-term continuous process aimed at continuous attrition." Syrian-Israeli rules of engagement, on Syrian territory there are three occupations, American, Turkish and Israeli, as well as an army of terrorists who represent a latent threat that has been kept in Idlib for use when needed."In addition to a semi-divisive state of isolation in the northeast, which has also been retained, but for a different goal, which is economic weakness." The civil aviation authorities in Syria had announced, on October 22, that Damascus and Aleppo international airports were out of service following Israeli bombing, and decided to divert scheduled flights from the two airports, towards Latakia International Airport.Damascus and Aleppo International Airports were subjected to Israeli bombardment, on October 12, causing them to stop working for two days before resuming their activities after repairing the damage, before Israeli planes launched a bombardment. The truce agreement is the first actual step towards calm in the raging war since the escalation between the Palestinian "Hamas" movement and the Israeli army, when the movement announced, at dawn on Saturday, October 7, the start of the operation "Al-Aqsa Flood", where thousands of rockets were fired from the Gaza Strip at Israel and its forces stormed Israeli settlements adjacent to the Gaza Strip, causing the death of about 1,400 Israelis, most of them settlers, in addition to the capture of about 250 others. The Israeli offensive on Gaza resulted in about 15,000 deaths (mostly children and women) and the injury of about 36,000 others, while clashes in the West Bank resulted in the death of more than 225 Palestinians and the injury of about 3,000 others.The number of displaced people in the Gaza Strip reached 1.7 million people out of a total of 2.4 million people living in Gaza, according to the United Nations.
Israel's bombing of Syria... Why did Damascus not include the truce in Gaza and Lebanon?
Highlights: The Syrian arena is still on fire, as it has not been covered by the current state of calm in the Arab region. The survival of the Syrian arena away from the ceasefire in Gaza and Lebanon, is related to different reasons and contexts. Dr. Osama Dannoura, a Syrian political and strategic analyst, said that "the Israeli aggression project on Syria is a long-term continuous process aimed at continuous attrition" The Israeli offensive on Gaza resulted in about 15,000 deaths (mostly children and women) and the injury of about 36,000 others.
With the continuation of the truce between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip, and the cautious calm in Lebanon, the Syrian arena is still on fire, as it has not been covered by the current state of calm in the Arab region.