Sources within the Syrian opposition informed the Qatari publication Al-Araby Al-Jadeed that on the night of March 19, the Israeli Air Force conducted two airstrikes on positions held by the regular Syrian army and Hezbollah in the Qalamun mountains, located north of Damascus.

According to these sources, "a fire broke out at one of the outposts as a result of the attacks, with the extent of the damage remaining unknown." Additionally, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported receiving information about casualties from the attack.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR), reported that the IDF targeted Hezbollah and Iranian militia weapons depots in the Yabroud area (north of Damascus) the previous night.

The strikes resulted in explosions, fires, and casualties. Despite the Syrian air defense's efforts, it could not prevent the Israeli Air Force from hitting its targets.

The Lebanese TV channel Al-Mayadeen, owned by Hezbollah, was among the first to report explosions near Damascus on the night of March 19.

Later, the Syrian Ministry of Defense stated, "Today, around 02:10 (Damascus time), the Israeli enemy conducted air aggression from the occupied Syrian Golan Heights, striking several military positions in Damascus province. Our air defense systems intercepted and shot down several missiles. The aggression resulted in limited material damage."

Additionally, the Syrian Ministry of Defense confirmed that one missile hit a target at Damascus airport.