Kuwaiti Newspaper: Israel Targeted Numerous Iranian Military Sites in Syria

In this Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2017 photo Two Israeli air force F-15s of the Knights of the twin tail 133 squadron fly over Ovda airbase near Eilat, southern Israel, during the 2017 Blue Flag exercise. Israel's military is holding the largest ever air drill of its kind with pilots from …
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The Jerusalem Post reports: Over the past several months, Israel struck Iranian military factories in Syria, including factories located within civilian industrial areas, according to a report published Saturday by Kuwaiti newspaper Al-Jarida.

The newspaper cited intelligence sources and military experts to shed light on attacks attributed to the Israeli Air Force in Syria in recent months. Syria and other involved parties have declined to detail the nature of targeted sites. According to the report, the majority of sites allegedly targeted have one common feature, including in Hisya, near Homs, Jamariya, west of Damascus, the Damascus neighborhood of Al-Kiswah and Masyaf.

They’re all seemingly civilian industrial sites but, in reality, are Iranian military factories built in Syria since the start of the Syrian Civil War in 2011.

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