Israel Air Force: Iran Launched 32 Missiles Toward Israel in Early May

In this picture released by Iranian Fars News Agency, on Monday, Jan. 2, 2012, a Ghader missile is launched at the shore of sea of Oman during Iran's navy drill. Iran test-fired a surface-to-surface cruise missile on Monday during a drill that the country's navy chief said proved Tehran was …
AP Photo/Fars News Agency, Hamed Jafarnejad, File

The Jerusalem Post reports: Israeli jets have continued to strike targets in Syria following the recent Iranian missile barrage against IDF posts in the Golan Heights, a senior Israel Air Force officer said on Tuesday.

“We can assume that there have been strikes since the last events in Syria. We have maintained our freedom of action over Syria,” he said during the Senior Air Force Conference in Herzliya. Stressing that Israel will continue to carry out air strikes in the war-torn country, he said that Israel will continue to work with “determination” to thwart the entrenchment of Iran in Syria and the arming of Hezbollah.

“The Iranian resolve in the region continues and we keep operating and disrupting below the threshold of war,” he said. Speaking earlier at the conference, Israel Air Force Commander Maj.-Gen. Amikam Norkin said that Iran had launched 32 missiles toward Israel earlier in May.

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