Iraqi-Syrian border | Three members of Alhasd alSha’by factions killed in air strikes
Deir Ezzor province: Death confirmed of three members of Iraqi Alhasd alSha’by factions in air strikes at the Syrian-Iraqi borders on Tuesday night. Number of fatalities may rise because number of wounded have sustained severe injuries.
Meanwhile, identity of the drones that have targeted the factions trucks in al-Bokamal countryside amid denial of the US side that its drones have conducted the strikes. The strikes have destroyed three trucks of the Alhasd alSha’by factions at the Iraq-Syrian borders.
Few hours earlier, SOHR activists have reported the air attack has destroyed several vehicles of the Iranian factions after entering from Iraq to Syria via the illegal passages. Four rockets were fired of a unidentified drone near al-Bokamal border between Iraq and Syria, amid information about casualties.
On Sept. 5, Reliable sources told SOHR that a new batch of oil trucks carrying fuel entered Syria from Iraq, as nearly 39 oil trucks crossed through the crossings controlled by Iranian-backed militias in al-Mayadeen and al-Bokamal in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor. The trucks took Dier Ezzor highway to Homs, then they headed to Lebanon. It is worth noting that this is the second batch of fuel to enter Syria from Iraq and head to Lebanon in this week. The first batch comprised at least 50 oil trucks.