Disclosed by a media outlet aligned with Hezbollah, in mid-February, 6 Israeli drones attacked an airbase in western Iran, destroying warehouses storing hundreds of Iranian-made attack drones.
By David Rosenberg
Israeli forces devastated an Iranian airbase recently, destroying hundreds of drone aircraft in a massive airstrike, Ha’aretz reported Tuesday morning.
According to the report, six Israeli drone aircraft carried out an attack on an airbase in western Iran near Kermanshah in mid-February, destroying hundreds of drones.
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The launch of loitering munitions, known as “suicide drones,” during a military drill at an undisclosed location in central Iran. – Image released on January 6, 2021 by the IRANIAN ARMY OFFICE – Photo: AFP Hand Out.png
Because US & European sources suspect Iran as their leading suspect for drone attack on the Israeli managed tanker off the coast of Oman, the damaged vessel is being escorted by the aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan.
By i24NEWS – Reuters
The US Navy is assisting an Israeli-managed petroleum products tanker attacked off Oman with two crew members killed, the US military said on Saturday, adding the ship was most likely hit by a drone strike.
Mercer Street, a Liberian-flagged, Japanese-owned vessel that was attacked on Thursday, is being escorted by the aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan, US Central Command said in a statement. Continue Reading »
Despite videos made at the crash scenes in Beirut revealing the drones were Iranian made, ostensibly, Lebanese PM Saad Hariri still goes on the offensive, accusing Israel of ‘posing a serious threat to regional stability.’
By Ron Ben-Yishai
Images from the scene of the two drones that crashed in Beirut on Sunday reveal the unmanned aerial devices were manufactured in Iran and not in Israel, as was reported in Arab media earlier.
Lebanese terror group Hezbollah claimed earlier on Sunday that two Israeli drones came down over Beirut, with one of the pair being rigged with explosives and causing serious damage to a building housing Hezbollah’s media office. Continue Reading »