On Thursday night, the Israeli Air Force attacked an Iranian missile storage facility blowing up thousands of missiles.
The IAF attacked Iranian positions inside Syrian territory overnight. Witnesses recounted that the explosions lasted hours and appeared to be undertaken with Russian permission.
With the impending nuclear deal about to be signed, Israeli officials are taking no chances and pushing heavily Iranian forces in Syria and Gaza. Unless Prime Minister Yair Lapid can convince President Joe Biden to change specific clauses in the Iranian nuclear deal, Israel will have no choice but to attack the Islamic Republic.
For its part, Iran has surrounded Israel with proxies in Lebanon and Gaza armed with long range missiles – most of which are precision guided missiles (PGMs). These missiles are game changers and are the main reason that Israel has already started to attack these sorts of storage areas.
14 Syrian civilians were injured to varying degrees – not counting the Iranian officials that were stationed there.