UPDATE: According to some pro-opposition sources, 5 IRGC members were killed.
On July 15, warplanes of the Israeli Air Force (IAF) bombed a military position north of al-Nayrab airbase, which is located southwest of the northern city of Aleppo, according to the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA). The state-run news agency said that the Israeli airstrikes resulted in material damage only.
Syrian pro-government activists revealed that the Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) controls the position, which was targeted by Israeli warplanes. The activists have not reported any Iranian casualties, so far.
This is the second Israeli airstrike on Iranian forces in Syria since the beginning of this month. On July 8, Israeli warplanes destroyed military equipment of the IRGC in the T-4 airbase in the central governorate of Homs.
Recently, Israel adopted a new policy, under which the IAF began to target any advanced military equipment of the IRGC in Syria. These airstrikes will not likely end anytime soon as Iran appears to be determined to maintain its presence in Syria in order to counter ISIS and Israel.