Israel targeted Syria in another airstrike early Sunday, this time hitting a military facility just north of the capital, a Western intelligence expert confirmed. Israel declined to comment. “The sky was red all night,” said one man who lives less than a mile from the facility. “We didn’t sleep a single second. The explosions started after midnight and continued throughout the night.” The facility reportedly held Iranian-supplied missiles, which Israel contends were headed for Lebanon’s Hezbollah. Israel attacked the same site three months ago. President Obama, meanwhile, defended Israel on Sunday. “I’ll let the Israel government … confirm or deny whatever strikes they’ve taken,” Obama is expected to say in a televised remarks on Sunday.