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Satellite Images: Iranian Positions Targeted In Recent Israel Attack On Syria

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On November 20, Israel’s ImageSat International released several satellite photos of alleged Iranian positions which were struck in the recent Israeli attack on Syria.

The photo reveals that Israeli airstrikes, which took place in the early morning, targeted the so-called Glass House building in Damascus International Airport. Israel claims that the building is a key headquarters of the Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) in Syria.

The damage inflicted to the Glass House appeared to be limited to the building’s upper right corner only.

Satellite Images: Iranian Positions Targeted In Recent Israel Attack On Syria

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Satellite Images: Iranian Positions Targeted In Recent Israel Attack On Syria

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Other photos show that an alleged Iranian position located within the Mezzeh airbase in western Damascus was also struck. Unlike the Glass House, the Mezzeh position sustained significant damage.

Satellite Images: Iranian Positions Targeted In Recent Israel Attack On Syria

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Satellite Images: Iranian Positions Targeted In Recent Israel Attack On Syria

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Israel said that the “wide-scale strikes” were carried out in response to 4 rockets, which were reportedly launched from Syria at targets in northern Israel on November 19.

The airstrikes claimed the lives of at least four Syrian service members and two civilians. There are no credible reports of any Iranian casualties.

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