5 Iranian proxy terrorists eliminated in alleged Israeli strikes near the Syria-Iraq border

5 Iranian proxy terrorists eliminated in alleged Israeli strikes near the Syria-Iraq border

Five Iranian proxy terrorists were eliminated on Wednesday evening by alleged Israeli airstrikes on a weapons depot belonging to Iran’s Revolutionary Guards terror group in the Syria-Iraq border.

“Missiles of unidentified origin targeted the headquarters of the 47th Brigade of pro-Iranian militias in the town of Albu Kamal, in the east of Deir Ezzor province, killing five fighters,” the London-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.

Observatory chief Rami Abdul Rahman said drones may have been responsible for the strikes, which caused “loud blasts”.

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

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.

The intelligence assessment of ISI, confirmed by multiple Western intelligence sources, is that the tunnel is in the final stages of construction and will shortly be considered operational.

Israel has bombed the al-Bukamal area on Syria’s border with Iraq several times in the past months, as Iran has been moving its assets to locations closer to the border with Iraq, specifically.