The Israeli portal Nziv, citing the Al-Arabia media network, writes that Iranian units are deployed to the Syrian-Israeli border. This is the so-called Basij - militarized militia, structurally related to the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC).
It is alleged that the Iranian forces deployed between the settlements of Tasil and Arna - near the border with Israel, at the Golan Heights.
From the material:
At the same time, Syrian intelligence units are located in the city of Tapas, near the Israeli borders in the Golan. There they are preparing to render assistance to Hezbollah.
At the same time, the Israeli media remind that Russia "promised to assist in the withdrawal of Iranian and pro-Iranian forces outside the 100-kilometer zone near the Syrian-Israeli border." In other words, the Israeli reporters are trying to shift the blame for the appearance of the mentioned Basij (if such an appearance occurs at all).
From the material in Nziv:
Will Kasem Suleymani (one of the commanding officers of the IRGC, - approx. "IN") be able to impose the power of his troops in the south of Daraa, or will Putin succeed in negotiations with Israel and push these forces out of there?