The construction of an Iranian underground missiles warehouse on the Iraq-Syria border has been identified via satellite imagery by an independent Israeli intelligence company.
By Arutz Sheva Staff
Iran is building a tunnel to store missiles in eastern Syria, near the border with Iraq, according to satellite imagery revealed by Israeli intelligence company “ImageSat” on Tuesday.
Israeli intel firm ImageSat Intl. reveals secret Iranian underground armory. – Photo: Twitter @ImageSat Intl.
According to the report released by the company, the tunnel is being used to store missiles and long-range weapons and is located at Imam Ali Air Force Base.
The tunnel is estimated to be approximately 121 meters long, 4.5 meters wide and 4 meters deep. Continue Reading »
Syrian opposition activists in the UK have reported unidentified aircraft destroyed targets immediately prior to missile launch by pro-Iranian militias in eastern Syria, killing 18 in an area where Iran is allegedly building its largest military base to date in the war-torn country.
By Daniel Salami
Israeli military said pro-Iranian militias in Syria made a fail attempt to launch missiles into Israel shorty before they’d been attacked by warplanes in a village bordering Iraq.
Iran launches rocket – Photo: Ynet [unattributed]
Syrian opposition activists on Monday said at least 18 people have been killed in an aerial attack targeting pro-Iranian militias in the town of Al Bukamal in eastern Syria. Continue Reading »
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In initial response to the second such attack from Syria toward Mount Hermon in northern Israel in less than a week, a military spokesperson reports, “IDF radars identified a number of anti-aircraft missiles fired from Syria,” but they posed no threat.
By ANNA AHRONHEIM
Several anti-aircraft missiles were fired toward Mount Hermon from Syria on Thursday, the second such incident in under a week.
“IDF radars identified a number of anti-aircraft missiles fired from Syria,” the IDF Spokesperson’s Unit told The Jerusalem Post, adding that none fell in Israeli territory or posed a threat.
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The Israeli intelligence images detail IDF’s powerful March 27 attack on Iranian munitions production & storage facilities that was so powerful it also caused an electrical blackout in Aleppo, Syria’s 2nd-largest city.
By ANNA AHRONHEIM
Satellite images released by the Israeli intelligence firm ImageSat Intl. (ISI) on Thursday show the destruction of an industrial zone in Aleppo in northern Syria allegedly struck by Israel in late March.
The images show destruction to two structures, a hanger and a building, in the north-western part of the Sheikh Najjar industrial area, both approximately 70×35 meters and some 450 meters apart.
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Satellite photographs analyzed by Israel’s intelligence firm ISI appear to indicate that Tehran is once again constructing a new advanced missiles factory in Syria, based on patterns similar to missile sites in Iran.
By Itai Blumenthal
Satellite images taken by Israeli intelligence firm ISI on Tuesday seem to confirm suspicions that a missile factory is being constructed in the Syrian town of Safita, east of Tartus on the Mediterranean coast.
The images show a secured site surrounded by a fence, vehicles, three hangars and a newly built water tower. “The building components and patterns of activity in and around the compound strengthen the probability that this is a missile manufacturing plant,” ISI’s intelligence report said. Continue Reading »
Report issued by satellite imaging company ISI says Syrian site, believed to be an Iranian weapons depot, was “completely destroyed” in the airstrike largely attributed to Israel.
An intelligence report issued by the satellite imaging company ImageSat International (ISI) on Thursday revealed the aftermath of the recent airstrikes in Syria, largely attributed to Israel.
According to reports, the target of the airstrikes was an Iranian weapons depot near Damascus. The satellite images unveiled Thursday showed extensive damage to the targeted site. A caption on the satellite imagery indicates that the site was “completely destroyed.”
A satellite image of a site targeted in Wednesday’s airstrike in Syria – Photo: ImageSat Int’l
Satellite images verify Iranian facility in Syrian airstrike destroyed by IDF – ImageSat Int’l
London-based war monitor Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said Wednesday that three weapons facilities, belonging to Iran and Hezbollah, had been targeted outside Damascus overnight between Tuesday and Wednesday. Continue Reading »
Israeli news site says analysis of satellite images suggests Iranian involvement in Damascus’ missile building factories since they’re almost identical to a missile factory outside of Tehran.
New images from an Israeli satellite show a missile factory in Syria that appears identical to Iranian factories built in Tehran, Israeli news site Mako reported on Tuesday.
Top & bottom Images released by ImageSat International comparing facilities in Syria and Iran Photo courtesy: ImageSat International
ImageSat International, which operates the Eros-B satellite, released high-resolution images that it said show that Damascus is currently building factories “with great similarity to missile factories in Iran.” Continue Reading »