Pro-Iranian police incident in eastern Syria reported

Pro-Iranian police incident in eastern Syria reported

Syria receives reports of an incident in the east of the country - in the area of ​​the city of Abu Kemal, which is near the border with Iraq. The so-called JHRC (Syrian Observatory for Human Rights) and other sources of information provide evidence of sabotage against members of the Syrian army and representatives of pro-Iranian militias. Typically, these formations in eastern Syria are called Shiite (pro-Iranian) police.


According to recent reports, the sabotage was committed against three cars. As a result of the blast, five representatives of pro-Iranian militias were killed.

Syrian sources also talk about casualties among the SAA military. However, the exact number of dead and wounded is not given.

The material was also released in the Israeli media. So, the News.co.il portal draws the attention of its readers to the next moment:

Who was behind this attack is unknown. Nothing is said about the possible involvement of Israel or other countries in this incident.

At the same time, the Israeli portal recalls that about a week ago, in the Al-Mayadin desert in the east of the SAR, a car that was “connected to the IRGC” was destroyed by an air strike. CSIR - Corps of the Guardians of the Islamic Revolution. Recall that in early January, the United States eliminated one of the IRGC commanders - Iranian General Kassem Suleimani, which subsequently led to the Iranian response in the form of missile attacks on US military bases in Iraq.

The attack on the IRGC vehicle in Deir ez-Zor a few days ago was committed, as stated, using a drone.
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  1. Mavrikiy 1 June 2020 10: 38 New
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    What to add then. What message is that. Well, the explosion, well, they died. request Who is standing? fool Enemies ...
    1. Terenin 1 June 2020 10: 58 New
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      Quote: Mavrikiy
      SROH (Syrian Observatory for Human Rights)

      hi
      Yes, for a long time no one takes this fake come seriously
      The Syrian Human Rights Monitoring Center is an information project initiated and run by Osama Ali Suleiman (pseudonym Rami Abdul-Rahman), a Syrian citizen who has been living in Coventry (Great Britain) since 2000. The center has only one permanent employee - Osama Ali Suleiman himself ...
    2. bouncyhunter 1 June 2020 10: 58 New
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      Seventh water on jelly. Looks like news from the OBS. hi
  2. rotmistr60 1 June 2020 10: 56 New
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    The so-called SROH (Syrian Observatory for Human Rights)
    It's time to write directly for a long time - the MI-6 unit in the person of one person reported ...
  3. knn54 1 June 2020 11: 00 New
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    Near the Yankees military base At-Tanf, where militants are being trained.
  4. Vitaly gusin 1 June 2020 11: 42 New
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    Syrian sources also talk about casualties among the SAA military. However, the exact number of dead and wounded is not given.
    And where can you read it or just say it?
    The material was also released in the Israeli media. So, the News.co.il portal draws the attention of its readers to the next moment.
    What the portal News.co.il writes everyone can read:
    "The monitoring group The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reports that on May 31, three cars were blown up near Al-Bukamal in eastern Syria, near the Iraqi border, killing five pro-Iranian police militias.
    Who was behind this attack is unknown. Nothing is said about the possible involvement of Israel or other countries in this incident.
    According to Western media reports, the Al-Bukamal area has repeatedly become the target of attacks by the Israeli and US Air Force.
    Recall that a week ago in the desert of Al-Mayadin, in the governorate of Dir al-Zur, in eastern Syria, a car "connected with the Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps" was destroyed by an air strike. According to SOHR, as a result of the explosion killed three soldiers of the IRGC. SOHR sources said the attack was apparently carried out by an unmanned aircraft
    [/center.BIZhttp://newsru.co.il/mideast/01jun2020/sohr_108.html
    [Center]"
    Here is another post:
    [b "Sky News Arabia [/ b] states that forces supported by Tehran were bombed overnight near Raqqa, without specifying who was behind the strikes.
    According to the publication, unknown planes bombed Iran-supported militants in northern Syria at dawn on Sunday morning.
    According to a report in Abu Dhabi, forces associated with Tehran were attacked in the Raqqah area.
    The website did not indicate who was behind the reported airstrike, nor did he provide information on what was specifically affected during the attack.
    The alleged airstrike came after a lull in reports of Israeli actions in Syria. "
    http://mignews.com/news/expert/010620_85357_99473.html
    This is how the information is communicated and there is no need to drag anything by the ears.
    And after reading it everyone can decide for themselves what is true and what is not.
  5. Oleg Olkha 1 June 2020 12: 27 New
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    Everyone has a connection with everyone, enough "one-time workers" in the field ... American Osprey and helicopters in the Dir al-Zur region 30.05.2020/XNUMX/XNUMX
  6. Krasnodar 1 June 2020 12: 59 New
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    Star-Striped Six-Pointed Ears (c)
  7. APASUS 1 June 2020 14: 24 New
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    Sometimes it’s strange to read such news. Who could attack the cars of the Shiite (pro-Iranian) police? So it’s specially flown from Argentina, or maybe from Mongolia ....................