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 »
Israeli satellite imaging firm contends Iran’s ‘land bridge’ is under attack, assessing how Iran’s strategic route from Tehran to the Mediterranean for the transfer of Iranian weapons to groups like Hezbollah in Syria or Lebanon can no longer be completed with impunity.
By ANNA AHRONHEIM
One day after another mysterious explosion rocked arms depots belonging to Iranian-backed Shi’ite militias in Iraq, Israeli satellite imaging firm ImageSat International (ISI) claimed that Iran’s land bridge to Syria and Lebanon is under attack.
Iran’s land bridge to Syria and Lebanon is under attack by Israel – Google Maps, isi
According to the assessment released on Thursday, three sites with storage hangers in the Baghdad area have been attacked in the last month. Continue Reading »
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 »
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Israel’s i24NEWS exposes the Iranian engineer commanding Hezbollah precision missile project in Lebanon as Majed Naveed and reported that Israel estimates the Iranian-backed Hezbollah terror organization possesses an arsenal of 100,000 to 150,000 rockets.
The Iranian Revolutionary Guards engineer commanding Hezbollah’s precision missile project in Lebanon has been identified exclusively by i24NEWS as Majed Naveed.
Naveed, 54, is in charge of three sites in Beirut, and two others in southern Lebanon and the Beka’a Valley where engineers are working to convert Hezbollah surface-to-surface missiles into precision-guided missiles, i24NEWS defense correspondent Matthias Inbar revealed Tuesday.
The IRGC Air Force engineer is also frequently in contact with a counterpart in Yemen, which has become the “testing ground” for Hezbollah and Iranian missiles fired by Huthi rebels at Saudi Arabia. Continue Reading »
For 2nd straight day, Israel strikes Iranian targets in Syria
Following the departure of a Qeshm Fars Air jumbo jet to Iran from a possible arms delivery flight to the T4 air base in Syria, Israeli aircraft fires missiles at targets storing the Iranian advanced missiles with unconfirmed reports from Britain-based NGO saying at least 10 combatants killed, three of them Syrian soldiers.
Associated Press , Israel Hayom Staff
Israel fired missiles at a Syrian military air base in the country’s center late Sunday, killing at least one soldier and wounding two others, hours after another Israeli strike in southern Syria, which came in response to a rocket attack on the Israeli Golan Heights. Continue Reading »
Having had their previous factory destroyed in 2018 by an IAF attack in Syria, Israel TV12 News reports Iran has constructed a new factory for the production of precision missile.
– The White House vows to remain ‘relentless’ to deter Tehran’s missile program.
Iran has built a new precision missile factory in Syria in the same area where Israeli airstrikes destroyed a previous one last year, Channel 12 reported on Thursday.
According to the report, Israel discovered that the factory was built in the outskirts of Latakia, a port city located near the Russian Khmeimim Air Force base. Continue Reading »