Syria: 7 Iranian terrorists eliminated in alleged Israeli strikes on weapon warehouses

BREAKING: At least 7 Iranian and Iranian-backed terrorists were eliminated in alleged Israeli strikes targeting a weapons depot belonging to Iran’s Revolutionary Guards terror group near the Syrian-Iraqi border town of Albu Kamal on Saturday night.

“The attack killed seven Iran-backed paramilitary fighters,” a war monitor said, also reporting material damage.

The monitor added that reinforcements for Iranian terrorists and their allies had arrived in the area days before the attack.

In addition, a loud explosion was reported in the early hours of Saturday morning near the Madfa’iyat al-Ramouseh area in southern Aleppo.

According to Arab reports, Israeli fighter jets bombed a facility belonging to Iran’s Revolutionary Guards terror group in al-Ramouseh.

Iran is currently building an underground storage facility capable of handling advanced weapons systems at the Imam Ali military base in Albukamal, eastern Syria, new satellite photos show.

Intelligence analysis indicates the tunnel is fit to be used for the storage of vehicles carrying advanced weapons systems. This conclusion was drawn from looking at similar tunnels that were dug over the past nine months on the same complex.

One such tunnel, two miles away, was bombed by Israeli fighter jets in March, forcing the Iranians to abruptly stop construction.

Israel has acknowledged carrying out hundreds of airstrikes in Syria in recent years, most of them aimed at arms shipments to be headed from Iran to its Shiite proxy Hezbollah.