Russian forces may have opened fire at Israel’s jets in Syria, according to reports.
The alleged attack is believed to have taken place in Syria on Friday last week, according to Israel’s Channel 13 news.
Newsweek has not been able to independently verify whether the attack did take place and whether it was the act of Russian forces.
The unsourced report alleges that Russia used its S-300 anti-aircraft missiles as the Israeli jets attacked targets in Northwestern Syria.
On Friday night, at least five people were killed and seven injured in the alleged airstrike according to Syria’s state…