Iran Vows To Punish Israel For Killing Military Advisers In Syria

Iran Vows To Punish Israel For Killing Military Advisers In Syria

Iran Vows To Punish Israel For Killing Military Advisers In Syria

Both Russia and the Syrian regime accused Israel of being behind the strike but the Israeli military has refused to confirm or deny its involvement, as is its practice with almost all operations in Syria.

Tuesday's report says the guards and the attackers, whom IRNA identified as terrorist suspects, exchanged gunfire for two hours before dawn on Tuesday at the Mirjaveh border crossing.

In an apparent warning to the Iranians, Israel released reconnaissance photographs showing what it said were two Iranian drone bases inside Syria.

Israel had previously accused the Syrian regime of President Bashar al-Assad of allowing Iran to set up a complex at the T-4 base to supply arms to its Lebanese Shi'ite proxy Hezbollah.

Though it is generally thought that the drone was carrying out a reconnaissance mission, the official Israeli Army spokesman told Friedman on Friday that the drone's flight path and Israel's "intelligence and operational analysis of the parts of the Iranian unmanned vehicle" indicated that "the aircraft was carrying explosives" and that its mission was "an act of sabotage in Israeli territory".

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He also said the proof shows it was carried out by the regime of Syrian president Bashar al-Assad. May has said "all indications" point to Syrian responsibility for the attack.

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Israel has not officially taken responsibility for the airstrikes. Iranian officials in the past week have promised "revenge" against Israel for that incident, even though Israel has not admitted that it was involved in the incident.

Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Bahram Qasemi told media on Monday that retaliation would forthcoming "sooner or later" and that Israel would "regret its misdeeds... We expect an Iranian response against Israel, but we do not know its nature or details", he said.

Earlier, Hezbollah Deputy Secretary-General Sheikh Naim Qassem, warned Israel against hit-and-run attacks on Syria and said that it's aggression against the T-4 base won't go unanswered.

Iranian military leaders disclosed on Monday that the Islamic Republic is set to unveil a new short-range missile capable of striking targets more than double the distance of current versions of the missile.

An Israeli Air Force F-15 fighter jet.

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