Syria allows Iran-backed Hezbollah terrorists in the Golan – IDF: We see you. Consider this a warning
The IDF has released footage of the head of Assad’s Syrian Armed Forces First Corps, Luau Ali Ahmad Assad. He’s been captured visiting Iranian-backed Hezbollah terror group positions in Syria.
“Look closely. See the man with white hair? That’s the head of the Syrian Armed Forces 1st Corps, Luau Ali Ahmad Assad. He’s visiting Hezbollah positions in Syria.
Our message: We see you. Consider this a warning.
We won’t allow Hezbollah to entrench itself militarily in Syria”, the IDF Spokesperson’s Unit tweeted.
Avichai Edrei, the IDF’s Arabic-speaking spokesman said that the Iranian-backed terror group was seeking to establish terror infrastructures in the Golan to attack Israel. Edri warned that Damascus will be held accountable for any attack staged by Hezbollah.
“Hezbollah’s presence in Syria in general and in the Syrian part of the Golan Heights in particular aims to create a terrorist infrastructure against the State of Israel with the cooperation and care of the Syrian regime,” tweeted Adraee, warning that Israel “will not tolerate this entrenchment!”
“The one warning has done his duty,” concluded the IDF spokesman.
Earlier this week, senior Hezbollah terrorist Ali Muhammad Yunis, a close associate of arch-terrorist Qassem Soleimani, was pulled from his car, stabbed, shot and eliminated overnight near Nabatieh, in southern Lebanon.
The Muslim terrorist was in charge of operations to track Israeli spies and those suspected of collaborating with Israel and foreign intelligence agencies.
His carcass was found lying alongside his car, holed with gunshot and stab wounds.
Last month on Election Day, the IDF thwarted a sniper attack planned by Hezbollah terrorists in cooperation with Assad forces from within a Syrian Arab Armed Forces military compound located in the demilitarized buffer zone in the Golan Heights.