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Israel Levels Iranian Missile Depot

Satellite photo of Iranian weapons depot in Syria, January 2019 (Photo: twitter/IntelliTimes)

This weekend, reports came in that the Israeli military struck and destroyed an Iranian weapons depot in Syria. Now, The Times of Israel's Michael Bachner reports that both PM Netanyahu and satellite images have confirmed the strike:

Hours after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu confirmed Sunday that Israel bombed an Iranian weapons depot in Syria, satellite photos were published showing what appeared to be the demolished storehouse at the Damascus International Airport...

“The Israel Defense Forces has attacked hundreds of Iranian and Hezbollah targets,” he said. “Just in the past 36 hours, the air force attacked Iranian depots full of Iranian weapons in the Damascus International Airport.”

Israel typically refrains from commenting on individual airstrikes in Syria, but does generally acknowledge that it carries out raids against Iranian- and Hezbollah-linked targets in the country.

On Sunday evening, Israeli website Intelli Times published photos showing the devastation at the site, saying the same structure had been struck in 2016 after it was identified as a depot housing M-600 surface-to-surface missiles, the Syrian version of the Iranian-made Fateh-110 missiles...

Tags: Syria , Iran , IDF

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