Israeli fighter jets bomb Iranian missile depot near the Syria-Iraq border

Israeli fighter jets bomb Iranian missile depot near the Syria-Iraq border

BREAKING: Israeli fighter jets allegedly targeted a missile depot belonging to Iran’s Revolutionary Guards terror group in the Syria-Iraq border.

According to Arab reports, two F-35 fighter jets bombed the joint Quds Force, PMU terror groups base at al-Bukamal, near the Iraq-Syria border.

The target was a batch of recently transferred rockets and ballistic missiles as well as engineering equipment.

According to unconfirmed reports, the airstrike targeted a truck that was transporting weapons to Iranian depots in al-Bukamal.

There are reports of a number of terrorists wounded or eliminated in the strike.

UPDATE:

8 Iran-backed Iraqi terrorists eliminated in Israeli strikes near the Syria-Iraq border

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.

Last 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.