Day after Iran threatens [Zionist] “regime”, 7 militants are killed when the IDF allegedly destroyed more Iranian ammunition depots in the Damascus area; Israel’s PM Netanyahu comments: ‘Maybe it was the Belgian air force.’
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Prime Minister Netanyahu said that he did not know anything about the alleged Israeli attack that target the Damascus area on Thursday, adding that maybe it was “the Belgian air force.”
“I don’t what happened last night,” Netanyahu said in an interview with Radio Haifa on Friday, as quoted by channel 12. “Maybe it was the Belgian air force.”
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Having witnessed repeated military opposition to Iran’s presence in Syria and Iraq, Iran has defiantly increases its presence and maintains the transfer of precision missile technology to Hezbollah, leaving PM Netanyahu to say, “Iran has no immunity, anywhere.”
In latest report attributed to Israel from Syrian human rights group, 3 “Iranians or members of militias loyal to Iran” were killed during airstrikes on Iranian ammo depot and military vehicles in Syria Tuesday night.
– Death toll likely to rise due to severity of injuries.
By David Rosenberg
At least three people were killed with more injured in an airstrike on Iranian-aligned targets in Syria allegedly carried out by the Israeli Air Force overnight, an observer group has claimed.
According to a report by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights Wednesday morning, the airstrike on the T-4 airbase in Homs, Syria late Tuesday night killed at least three fighters, and left an unspecified number injured. Continue Reading »
A London-based Arabic-language daily reports Israel attacked positions of Iran-backed militias and Iran’s Revolutionary Guards’ missile warehouses after Israel reached an agreement with both Moscow and Washington.
By Daniel Salami
Israel has attacked Iranian targets in Iraq at least three times in the past few weeks as part of “understandings” reached with the United States and Russia, the London-based, Arabic-language Asharq al-Awsat newspaper reported Wednesday.
According to the report, which cites Western diplomatic sources, the strikes targeted missile warehouses of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards. It was one of a series of explosions in recent weeks at weapons depots, bases or positions belonging to Iran-backed military groups in the country. Continue Reading »
This fourth destructive incident follows similar ‘unexplained’ massive explosions that have targeted weapons depots belonging to Iranian-backed Shi’ite forces outside Iraq’s capital in recent weeks.
An explosion has rocked a Iranian-backed Shi’ite paramilitary base in northern Iraq, according to local reports.
It remains unclear if the explosion, located near near the Balad air base in Salaheddin province, was the result of a targeted attack or merely an accident.
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Plumes of smoke rise after an explosion, just one in a recent series, at a military base southwest of Baghdad, Iraq – Monday, Aug. 12, 2019. – AP Photo/Loay Hameed.jpg
Al-Jarida, a Kuwaiti daily, quotes a high-ranking Iranian Revolutionary Guards officer acknowledging Thursday’s mysterious airstrike destroyed an Iranian missile facility in Iraq and the attack was carried out using the same missiles used by the Israeli Air Force in their raids on Iranian bases in Syria.
By Israel Hayom Staff
Iranian military officials believe that Israel had a hand in a mysterious airstrike that destroyed an Iranian missile depot in Iraq, Kuwait’s Al-Jarida newspaper reported Sunday.
The strike took place on Thursday night, on an Iranian militia base in Nineveh province. The area was recently liberated from the Islamic State group and according to the report, the Iranian-backed militias are trying to encourage demographic changes among the Sunni population in the province. Continue Reading »
IAF allegedly destroyed an Iranian missile factory in Syria’s Masyaf on Saturday using Israel’s advanced capability missile, the supersonic Rampage.
BY ANNA AHRONHEIM
Israel’s Air Force reportedly used the supersonic Rampage stand-off air-to-surface missiles for the first time during a strike on Iranian positions in Syria last week, foreign media has reported.
Israel allegedly struck a possible Iranian surface-to-surface missile factory in a Syrian base in the country’s Masyaf on Saturday and satellite images released by Israeli intelligence firm ImageSat Intl. (ISI) showed the complete destruction of the factory.
“The main industrial structures were completely destroyed, including the main hangar and the adjacent three production hangers and buildings. Continue Reading »
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the IDF bombardment hit secret “ammunition stores belonging to Iranian forces and allied groups, and caused huge explosions.”
– Israeli FM confirmed raid.
– Seven Iranians (who reportedly weren’t there) killed during attack.
Israeli FM appears to confirm raid; monitor says seven killed in strike targeting Iranian ammunition stores
Syria said Wednesday that air defense batteries responded to “hostile Israel missiles” over the northern city of Aleppo, with opposition sources saying the strikes had targeted ammunition depots and a military airport used by Iranian forces.
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