Syria: Israeli fighter jets bombed Iranian weapons depots at multiple military bases

Syria: Alleged Israeli strikes on Iranian weapons depot at Hama military airbase

BREAKING: Israeli fighter jets bombed weapons depots belonging to Iran’s Revolutionary Guards terror group at multiple locations in Syria, including Hama and T-4 military airbases.

According to unconfirmed reports, a high ranking general in the Quds Force, – the overseas arm of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards – is among the targets of the Israeli strikes in Syria. His home was targeted in southern Damascus.

The Syrian army said that air defenses intercepted unknown drone attacks at the military base. According to local media, Syrian air defense systems attempted to intercept the Israeli missiles. 

Local residents reported a number of large explosions.

Additional explosions heard in Damascus.

According to Arab reports, the T-4 airbase came under attack.

UPDATE: At least three Iranian terrorists were eliminated in alleged Israeli strikes on Iranian and Assad weapon warehouses near Damascus.

Israel has bombed the T4 base several times in the past years, as Iran has been moving its assets to locations closer to the border with Iraq, specifically, the T4 Airbase located between Homs and Palmyra.

Earlier this month, Israeli satellite imaging firm ImageSat revealed that Iran is building an underground terror tunnel to store weapons and move terrorists on the Iraq-Syria border.