In Syria killed more than two dozen foreign fighters
13 May, 2018, 01:54 | Author: Clarence Schmidt
The Syrian Human Rights Organization reported Saturday that at least 27 supporters of the Assad regime were killed in an Israeli strike in Syria on Thursday.
"The repeated attacks by the Zionist regime on Syrian territory were carried out under pretexts that were invented by themselves and are without foundation", said foreign ministry spokesman Bahram Ghasemi, without offering further details.
In strikes near the capital on Wednesday, the Observatory said at least 15 were killed, including eight Iranians. "The new report is due to the death of wounded or missing persons whose deaths have been confirmed", Abdel Rahman said.
That brings to 42, including 19 Iranians, the total killed during the two days of strikes.
Israel said it struck dozens of Iranian targets inside Syria early on Thursday in response to a salvo of rockets allegedly fired by Iranian forces into the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights.
"Already this week, the IRGC has fired rockets at Israeli citizens, and Iran's proxies in Yemen have launched a ballistic missile at Riyadh".
But Iran flatly denied the Israeli version of events, saying Israel's attacks were carried out on false "pretexts".
Another reason for the change is the fact that Iran is now isolated from the world in everything related to Syria, and the worldwide community's support for the Israeli airstrikes in the Arab country further stressed Iran's isolation.
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