Fearing Israeli strikes | IRGC and Lebanese "Hezbollah" militia transport weapons from south-western Homs countryside to Palmyra • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights
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Fearing Israeli strikes | IRGC and Lebanese “Hezbollah” militia transport weapons from south-western Homs countryside to Palmyra

Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps militias and Lebanese “Hezbollah” have transported, over the past two days, weapons and rockets from the south-western countryside of Homs to fortified positions near Palmyra city for fear of being targeted by Israel.

On September 3, Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) militia transported weapons and rockets from its headquarters near Aures area in Homs province to fortified positions in Khattab village in Hama countryside for fear of being targeted by Israel.

On August 31, SOHR activists reported that Lebanese Hezbollah militia brought in military reinforcements to Mahin area in eastern Homs countryside, yesterday.

The reinforcements comprise a number of militiamen and five 4×4 vehicles with heavy machine guns mounted on them.

According to SOHR sources, the military reinforcements arrived at an area in the vicinity of Mahin city, where Lebanese Hezbollah militias are deployed in the eastern countryside of Homs. Lebanese Hezbollah militias are stationed in Mahin town and near Homs-Palmyra road in central Syria.