Syrian military positions in Hama and Aleppo province were instigated on Sunday by a series of strikes that were reportedly strong enough to trigger an earthquake observed by neighboring countries.
Citing an unnamed military source, the official Syrian Arabs The news agency reported that the military positions in the villages of Hama and Aleppo were hit by an unidentified rocket attack at around 10.30pm local time (3:30 pm EDT), loud explosions. Al Jazeera reported that one of his correspondents had confirmed explosions on a Syrian military base at Al-Bahouth Mountain in southern Hama.
Bassam Jaara a supporter of the Syrian opposition, shared social media images of something that seemed like flames and smoke from the Syrian country: "A large number of casualties were attacked [1
Israel launched air strikes at the nearby T-4 or Tiyas base in Homs province to kill several Iranians. continue to target the presence of Iran in Syria and accuse Tehran of undermining Israel's national security, and Iran has helped create a vast network of mostly Shia mobilizing Muslim militias not only supporting Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in his seven-year war against rebels and jihadists, but also combating Israeli and Western influence in the region
There were also violent clashes between pro-Syrian Government militias, some of which are supported by Iran, and the Pentagon-based Syrian Democratic Forces near the eastern city of Deir Ezzor. The Syrian government and its allies, including Russia and Iran, recaptured the city in November by the militant group of the Islamic State (ISIS), but clashed with US-backed militias who also fought ISIS. Iraq, which regarded both Syria and the US as allies, has also joined the multinational fight against IS in eastern Syria.
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The US-led ground offensive against ISIS, however, has had an "operational break" since March, after some of its Kurdish members have gone to fight against the US allies of Turkey, which has some groups of Kurdish Syrian Democratic Forces as the People's Protection Units (YPG) considered terrorist organizations. These Kurdish fighters have come closer to Assad, who considers both the US and Turkish military presence in Syria illegal.
Earlier this month, the US and its French and British allies also attacked Syrian government positions, launching a massive cruise missile suspected chemical weapons facilities in Damascus and Homs 
Russia's main military ally, Assad, has inflated Syrian defense systems following recent attacks against Syria, which Israel has warned of. Russia has tried to balance its alliance with Iran in Syria and its relations with Israel, but the increasing hostilities between the two have put Moscow in a difficult position. Syrian anti-aircraft systems successfully launched an attacking Israeli F-16 in February, shortly after Israel shot down in its airspace, calling it an Iranian drone.
Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman said on Sunday in a Jerusalem Post conference that his forces would continue to attack Syria and that "the state of Israel does not intend to remain an observer"
"We have not intending to attack Russia or interfere in Syrian affairs "Lieberman said after Haaretz . "But if anyone thinks it's possible to shoot missiles or attack Israel or even our planes, we'll no doubt react and we'll react very energetically."
Lieberman, who accused Israel of its problems as "Iran, Iran, Iran," then "accused Iran of destabilizing the entire region." Iran has warned that it is ready to go to war to avenge Israeli attacks on his positions and allies.