Syria: Israeli fighter jets bombed Iranian, Hezbollah positions on the Golan Heights
BREAKING: Israeli fighter jets are bombing Iranian and Hezbollah positions in Al-Harra in the Daraa area, Tal al-Ahmar, and al-Ba’ath in the Quneitra area of the Golan Heights.
According to residents of northern Israel, explosions were heard in Mount Hermon.
Arabs report at least four Assad troops injured as a result of Israeli airstrikes targeting weapon warehouses in Naba Alsakher.
Syria’s official news agency SANA confirms IDF strikes on Tel al-Harah have caused damage.
Al-Harra is a strategically located area in southern Daraa province overlooking the Israeli Golan Heights.
In recent years, Israel has carried out hundreds of strikes on Iranian and Hezbollah terror group targets in Syria.
Earlier on Tuesday, Israel exposed new Iranian path to smuggle weapons to Hezbollah via the sea, through the Port of Beirut.
“For the last year, the Iranian Quds Force has been smuggling missile manufacturing equipment purchased from CIVILIAN companies through CIVILIAN ports directly into the hands of Hezbollah. Well, Iran, if you’d planned to keep this a secret—that ship has sailed”, the IDF Spokesperson’s Unit tweeted.