The Syrian media reported two Iranian soldiers killed and several buildings destroyed in an attack reportedly carried out on a military base under the control of Iranian forces, that has been attacked several times in the past.
By YASSER OKBI/MAARIV
The Israeli Air Force attacked Syrian targets near the city of Hama, killing two Iranians, Syrian media outlets reported on Saturday.
The reports attributed the attacks to Israel, noting that it was carried out from Lebanese airspace. Following the attack, and allegedly two Iranian soldiers were killed and several buildings were destroyed. The attack was reportedly carried out on a military base under the control of Iranian forces, and was attacked several times in the past.
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In the social networks, the surfers posted a record of the attacks and missiles fired at the site, accusing Israel of being responsible for them. It is also reported in Lebanon that in the morning an unmanned Israeli aircraft was flying at low altitude over Dahiyah in southern Beirut. Israel has yet to respond to reports.
This week, US President Donald Trump declared the Iranian Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) a terrorist organization and imposed sanctions on the organization. The day before, the Revolutionary Guards commander threatened that if the United States “defines us as a terrorist organization, its army will not be quiet in Western Asia.”
Also a week ago, an ISI intelligence report was published, containing up-to-date pictures of structures that were apparently attacked in the Sheikh. Al-Marsad Center for Human Rights in London reported that at least seven Iranian soldiers were killed in an attack attributed to Israel two weeks ago, which took place in the Sheikh Najjar industrial zone in the suburbs of Halab, Iraqis belonging to pro-Iranian militias, according to reports. In addition,a member of the magazine’s staff was found injured in the attack Iranian forces.
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