At least 10 Iranian-backed terrorists eliminated in alleged Israeli strikes at Syria-Iraq border

At least 10 Iranian-backed terrorists eliminated in alleged Israeli strikes at Syria-Iraq border

At least 10 Iranian-backed terrorists were eliminated overnight in alleged Israeli strikes on Iranian weapon warehouses near the Iraq-Syria border, a London-based Syrian monitor said.

Israeli fighter jets allegedly targeted multiple Iranian-backed Shiite positions near the border between Iraq and Syria.

The strike came a week after 21 Iranian-backed terrorists were reportedly eliminated in an explosion at a weapons warehouse used by Iranian-affiliated terror groups in Iraq‘s Anbar province, which was linked to recent strikes, some attributed to Israel.

Iraq Alleged Israeli strike on Iranian missile depot near the Syrian border

A Syrian security official said that Israeli jets targeted Iran-backed terrorists yesterday in eastern Syria. The official denied reports of at least 18 Muslim terrorists eliminated in the strikes.

Last month, Israeli fighter jets allegedly targeted several missile depots belonging to Iran’s Revolutionary Guards terror group in Iraq.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said last month that Iran has no immunity anywhere and that the IDF “will act — and currently are acting — against them.”