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Israel hits dozens of Iranian targets in Syria after rocket fire. The Israeli army said Thursday morning that it set back Iranian military capabilities in Syria by “many months” with overnight strikes on “dozens” of targets affiliated with the Iran Revolutionary Guard Corps’ al-Quds Force following an attempted large-scale rocket attack on Israeli territory.

“Iran has attacked Israel directly for the first time as it fired a barrage of rockets into the country from Syria early today raising fears of a war.”

Iran attacks Israel directly for the first time as it fires 20 rockets from Syria at military bases and Israeli jets respond by bombing Damascus amid fears of war a day after Trump tore up nuclear deal

  • Iranian forces fired 20 rockets at Israeli front-line military positions, I
  • srael saidIt triggered an Israeli reprisal and further escalating heightened t
  • ensionsIsraeli military said Iron Dome rocket defense system intercepted some
  • rocketsExplosions were heard in Damascus, with reports saying Israel is striking back

Fightback: Footage shows Israeli missiles destroying Iranian military targets in Syria after Netanyahu told Tehran they ‘crossed a red line’ when they shelled the Golan Heights

  • Israel claims Iranian forces in Syria fired 20 rockets into Israeli-occupied Golan Heights early on Thursday
  • The Israeli military said its Iron Dome defence system intercepted some of the incoming projectiles
  • Israel responded by shelling what they claim to be Iranian positions in the Syria and Damascus
  • The exchange of fire came after President Donald Trump pulled the United States out of the Iran nuclear deal
  • Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has blasted Trump and called his withdrawal ‘foul play’
  • Reinstating U.S. sanctions on Iran, world’s fifth largest oil producer, could lead to increase in oil prices

By Charlie Bayliss and Sara Malm and Khaleda Rahman For Mailonline and Ariel Zilber For Dailymail.com and Afp, 10 May 2018

 

A video shows Israeli missiles destroying Iranian military targets in Syria after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned Tehran that they’d ‘crossed a red line’ when they fired at the Golan Heights.

The Israeli Defence Forces shared a clip of one attack, writing that the strikes were in retaliation after Iranian forces fired 20 rockets across the border at Israeli frontline military positions early on Thursday.

The 20-second video zooms in as an SA22 aerial interception system is focused on in the IDF’s crosshairs – and a few men are seen standing nearby, presumably unaware of what’s coming – before the strike.

‘The IDF struck an SA22 aerial interception system as part of a wide-scale attack against Iranian military sites in Syria,’ the IDF wrote alongside the clip on Twitter.

‘The IDF strikes were a response to the rockets that were launched by the Iranian Quds Forces against IDF positions on the Golan Heights & the Syrian aerial defense fire at IAF aircraft.’

It comes after Netanyahu said his country’s strikes on Iranian targets in war-torn Syria were an ‘appropriate’ response after the Islamic Republic ‘crossed a red line’ by striking military positions.

A video shows Israeli missiles destroying Iranian military targets in Syria after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned Tehran that they’d ‘crossed a red line’ when they fired at the Golan Heights

Netanyahu spoke briefly in a video clip released on Thursday, where he claimed Israel launched a ‘very broad attack against Iranian targets in Syria.’

He said: ‘We are in the midst of a protracted battle and our policy is clear: We will not allow Iran to entrench itself militarily in Syria.’

It comes after Iran and Israel traded blows on the Syrian border overnight, marking the first time Tehran has directly attacked Israel.

Iranian forces fired 20 rockets across the border at Israeli frontline military positions early on Thursday, the Israeli military said.

The Israeli military said its Iron Dome defence system intercepted some of the incoming projectiles, while others caused only minimal damage.

The attack was followed by retaliatory strikes by Israeli jets, which struck ‘dozens’ of Iranian military installations within Syria. They struck a radar station, air defence positions and an ammunition dump, Syrian state media said.

The Israeli Defence Forces shared a clip of the attack, writing that the strikes were in retaliation after Iranian forces fired 20 rockets across the border at Israeli frontline military positions early on Thursday

Israeli defence minister Avigdor Lieberman said the Israeli Defence Forces (IDF) had ‘hit almost all of the Iranian infrastructure in Syria’.

But he insisted Israel had ‘no interest in escalation’ of the situation, adding: ‘I hope that we have finished this chapter and that everyone got the message.’

Meanwhile, Britain has condemned a rocket attack on the occupied Golan Heights by Iranian forces based in Syria, and said that Israel has every right to defend itself.

Downing Street called for calm on both sides and urged Tehran to refrain from further assaults. Number 10 also urged Russia to use its influence in Syria to rein in Iranian aggression.


It comes after Netanyahu said his country’s strikes on Iranian targets in war-torn Syria were an ‘appropriate’ response after the Islamic Republic ‘crossed a red line’ by striking military positions.

Lebanese soldiers inspect the remains of a surface to air missile that landed in the southern Lebanese village of Hebarieh


A UN soldier from the United Nations Disengagement Forces loads his machine gun as he stands watch near the Israeli-Syrian border in the Golan Heights

An Israeli soldier stands next to signs pointing out distances to different cities, on Mount Bental, an observation post in the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights on Thursday


Israeli Merkava tanks are deployed in the Israeli-annexed Golan Heights near the Israeli-Syrian border on Thursday

Israeli Merkava tanks are deployed in the Israeli-annexed Golan Heights near the Israeli-Syrian border on Thursday

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