Revolutionary Guard advisor killed in Israeli attack in Damascus

A semi-official Iranian news website reported today, Friday, that an adviser to the Revolutionary Guards was killed in an Israeli strike in Damascus, after Syria announced that its air defenses launched airstrikes from the occupied Golan and targeting southern Damascus. Israeli missiles were stopped.

Today, the Syrian Arab News Agency quoted a military source as saying that the army shot down several Israeli missiles, adding that the damage was limited to material damage, without clarifying what the target of the attack was.

It came after explosions echoed around the Syrian capital during the night.

There has been no official comment yet from Iran regarding the damage caused by the Israeli attack, nor has the Israeli military made any comment on the attack.

On the other hand, Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper reported that Israel attacked the headquarters of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard in the Sayyida Zainab area near Damascus.

Yesterday, Reuters quoted informed sources as saying that Iran has reduced its deployment of senior Revolutionary Guard officers to Syria following a series of “deadly” Israeli strikes that targeted its presence and interests there, and as a result of its 6 senior advisors were murdered. ,

The agency quoted sources as saying that Iran will remotely manage its operations in Syria with the help of Lebanese Hezbollah, and indicated that it sought comment from Hezbollah on this information, but has not yet received a response.

For years, Israel has been attacking Iran-linked targets in Syria. It has increased its attacks in Syria since last October 7 with aggression against the Gaza Strip, targeting Syrian air defense systems and Damascus. airport.

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