Iran’s Top Commander In Syria killed In airstrike; Tehran Blames Israel, Vows Revenge

Strike levels building in Iran embassy compound, killing IRGC’s Mohammad Reza Zahedi; deputy also reported killed; citing Israeli officials, NY Times says Jerusalem behind attack

IRGC official Mohammad Reza Zahedi, in July 2, 2017. (Ali Khara/Fars Media Corporation, via Wikimedia CC BY 4.0)

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Iran accused Israel Monday of carrying out an airstrike on a building next to Iran’s embassy in Damascus that killed seven members of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, including the top Iranian commander in Syria.

The strike in the Damascus-area municipality of Mezzeh hit a building adjacent to the Iranian embassy, footage showed.

Though Israel has not commented on the strike, The New York Times cited four unnamed Israeli officials as confirming the country was behind the attack.

A Reuters report said a building in the embassy compound was “flattened,” in what it said was “a startling apparent escalation of conflict in the Middle East that would pit Israel against Iran and its allies.” Iran’s SSN news website said the targeted building was Iran’s consulate and ambassador’s residence…

To read more visit Times of Israel.

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