Israel launches airstrikes in Syria on 9/11 to destroy missiles


It appears that Israel launched airstrikes in northern Syria to destroy the missile production facility on Friday, according to a private Israeli intelligence firm, which is the 19th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on the United States.

New satellite photos from ImageSat International show after Israel’s alleged airstrikes against the missile complex at Al-Safirah outside the city of Aleppo near Turkey.

“The facility, which probably contained explosives, was destroyed. According to ISI’s assessment, the second structure with its machinery and equipment was damaged.

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In a report recorded on September 13, two days after the airstrike, the ISI assessed, “The attack intended to undermine missile production in Syria for Hezbollah, possibly harming its vital elements.”

Authorities said Israel has carried out more than 200 airstrikes in Syria over the past three years against Iranian and Iranian proxy forces.

This is the first time Israeli air strikes have been reported in Syria since 31 August and 2 September when Israeli jets targeted Damascus International Airport and T4 Syrian military airbase respectively.

The latest attacks on 11 September between officials from the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Israel joined President Trump at the White House on Tuesday to sign the historic Abraham Accord.

Bahrain joined the United Arab Emirates on Friday in normalizing relations with Israel, becoming only the third and fourth Arab country to do so since 1979.

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The Iranian-backed militant group Hezbollah said that over the weekend it strongly objected to Bahrain’s announcement of normalizing relations with Israel as a “great betrayal” of the Palestinian people.

The first commercial flight between the United Arab Emirates and Israel took place last month and included A delegation From the Trump administration, National Security Advisor Robert O’Brien and Senior Adviser Jared Kushner.

The Times of Israel was the first to report a new alleged airstrike.

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In 2018, US and Western intelligence sources believed that Iran had sent advanced weapons for delivery to Hezbollah, including Global Positioning System (GPS) components to make precision guided missiles to pre-guided rockets, increasing the threat to Israel. Were included.

Yonet Fryling of Fox News contributed to this report.