BEIRUT, LEBANON (6:10 P.M.) – The Israel-based Image Satellite International company released several satellite photos on Thursday that revealed the aftermath of the Israeli attack on Aleppo city last week.

In the first satellite photo, Image Sat Intl. shows one of the hangars and buildings in Aleppo’s Sheikh Najjar District that were targeted by the Israeli warplanes on the night of March 27th.

In the second and third satellite images, ISI shows up close photos of the two sites in Sheikh Najjar that were bombed on that night.

The last two satellite images geolocate some of the photos that were released by the U-News Agency shortly after the Israeli attack.

Last week’s Israeli attack on Aleppo marked the first time since 2018 that they had targeted this governorate in northern Syria.

The previous Israeli attack was carried out last Spring; it targeted the Iranian military base in the southern Aleppo town of Al-Safira.

Both of these Israeli attacks were believed to have been conducted by the IAF’s F-35 stealth bombers.

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Rhodium 10

look like that building have been damage as consecuence of artillery during Aleppo war instead of an Airstrike…