Israeli airstrike against Syria leaves many Iranian militias dead
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported that eight members of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and its proxy militias were killed following attacks on Hama and Latakia.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported new details on the Israeli airstrike that took place on Wednesday on Hama and Latakia.
SOHR sources have confirmed that eight members of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and its proxy militias were killed.
As for the injured, the SOHR said: "Five members of IRGC of Iranian and Afghan nationalities were killed as a result of the Israeli airstrike on their headquarters in Deir Shmail in the western countryside of Hama near the administrative borders with Latakia
Three IRGC-backed militiamen, one of whom was Syrian while the two others were of non-Syrian nationalities, were killed by the Israeli strikes on the countryside of Latakia."
Meanwhile, the death toll is expected to rise further as the attack left many members injured, some seriously. including Lebanese militiamen and officers.