Hours after coalition fired missiles from al-Tanaf base| Iran-backed militias bring rockets to their base in SDF-held areas east Aleppo • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Hours after coalition fired missiles from al-Tanaf base| Iran-backed militias bring rockets to their base in SDF-held areas east Aleppo

 

Aleppo province: Following the ongoing intense movements of Iran-backed militias, in recent times, in various areas under their control across Syrian territory, they have brought their second new batch of military reinforcement to their base in Habbouba village between the villages of Khafsa and Maskanah, east of Aleppo, which was established recently on the bank of Euphrates river, opposite SDF-held areas on the other bank of the river, according to SOHR activists.

SOHR sources have reported that trucks loaded with Iranian-made missiles have arrived at the base during the past hours as well as other military and logistical equipment.

 

Yesterday, SOHR activists monitored that the United States forces stationed at al-Tanaf base in the 55-kilometre zone on Syria-Iraq-Jordan border triangle, launched four long-range missiles towards the west of its base. However, it is not known if the missiles hit Iran-backed militias’ positions or ISIS hideouts in Syrian desert and its surroundings.
This came with flights by fighter jets of the International Coalition in the airspace of the 55-kilometre zone.

On November 12, SOHR activists reported that Iran-controlled factions brought in new military reinforcements in the past few hours to that base they had established recently on a hill in Haboubah village between Maskanh and al-khafsah in east Aleppo countryside on the opposite side of the International Coalition on the other bank of Euphrates River. It included short-range missile, ammunition as well as logistics. Meanwhile, position in the area have been fortified.

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