Syria: Israeli fighter jets bomb Syrian, Iranian terror targets – 10 Iran-backed terrorists eliminated
BREAKING: Israeli fighter jets bombed Syrian and Iranian terror targets in southern Syria in response to the discovery of explosive devices planted by a Syrian terror squad operating under Iranian guidance near the border fence inside Israeli territory.
Arabs report at least ten Iranian-backed terrorists eliminated and one injured in the strikes.
In a statement, the IDF said its fighter jets targeted the Syrian army and Iran’s Quds Force, hitting weapons warehouses, military compounds and Syrian surface-to-air missile batteries.
“Earlier, IDF troops exposed improvised explosive devices on the Israeli side of the Alpha Line which were placed by a Syrian squad led by Iranian forces.”
“The IEDs’ exposure on Tuesday is further clear proof of the Iranian entrenchment in Syria.”
“The IDF considers the Syrian regime responsible for any action taken on its territory and will continue to act as necessary to eradicate the Iranian establishment in Syria, which poses a risk to security stability in the region. The IDF maintains high readiness and readiness for any scenario,” the IDF Spokesperson’s Unit said in a statement.
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.