TEL AVIV, (BM) – Al-Arab TV channel, Deir Ezzor 24 information resource, and the Jerusalem Post Israeli portal report a missile strike against the region of the Syrian city of Abu Kemal, learned BulgarianMilitary.com. The reports say that the strike was carried out by “unidentified aircraft.”
The materials of Al-Arab reported that the target of the attacks was the headquarters of Hezbollah, which is located on the border with Iraq.
From a message from Israeli resources: “The strike was carried out using three air-to-ground missiles. As a result of this attack, at least three high-ranking representatives of Hezbollah and the pro-Iranian militia of Iraq were destroyed (apparently, it is a question of Al-Hashd al-Shaabi, – note of Military Review). Dozens of militants and representatives of Assad regime forces fled from their positions.”
Meanwhile, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reports that the Hezbollah’s ammunition depot was destroyed by a strike.
At the same time, assumptions are made in the network as to who carried out a missile strike and by what means. In particular, it is assumed that we are talking about the next activity of the Israeli Air Force, which could use either attack drones or F-35 fighters. Earlier, Israel stealth fighter F-35 Adir has already used to attack ATS.
The Israeli portal Nziv writes that objects were hit not only on Syrian, but also on Iraqi territory. The report, citing sources, claims that one of the Hezbollah leaders Abu Miriam al-Lami has been eliminated.
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