Iraqi-Syrian border | New air attack hit Iranian factions warehouses western Euphrates • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Iraqi-Syrian border | New air attack hit Iranian factions warehouses western Euphrates

 

SOHR activists, in west Euphrates region, have reported hearing loud explosion in the early hours of Wednesday, due to an air bombardment by unknown aircrafts which might be coming from the International Coalition or Israel. The attack has targeted positions and warehouses of weapons belonging to Iranian factions in al-Bokmal city at the Iraqi-Syrian borders in east Deir Ezzor.

The attacks destroyed the arms and ammunition warehouses and caused huge explosions that could have been heard in al-Baghouz stationed at the other bank of Euphrates River stationed under the SDF, but no casualties have been reported.

Yesterday, SOHR activists reported seeing smoke plumes rising in areas controlled by Iranian-backed militias near the Syria-Iraq border, opposite al-Baghouz town, the latest ISIS stronghold in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor.

The rising of smoke plums in that area coincided with flights by unidentified drones over the area. However, it is not known yet if the smoke was caused by strikes by these drones or not.

On November 7, SOHR activists, in west Euphrates that became Iranian colony on Syrian lands, that factions affiliated to Iran had started days ago intensive redeployment in cities and villages along the road from al-Mayadeen to al-Bokamal at Iraqi-Syrian borders in east Deir Ezzor countryside. The activities are considered as a repeated operation for camouflage over fears of the repeated targets by the Israeli side and the International Coalition.

The redeployment operations are conducted through exchanging posts, positions and forces. Also, the factions bring in military reinforcement daily to their posts and positions and fortify those position continuously.

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