The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Fearing of Israeli striking after Iranian response | “IRGC” grants leave to all leaders and administrators of military headquarters and cultural centres in Deir Ezzor

Deir Ezzor province: Tension and alert prevail among the Iranian-backed militias within areas they control in Syria, starting near the occupied Syrian Golan and west and southwest of Rif Dimashq, all the way to Deir Ezzor and its countryside to the Syrian-Iraqi border, and other areas, after the Iranian response via drones and missiles to Israel, against the backdrop of its targeting and assassination of leaders of the “Axis of Resistance”, as the militias await an Israeli response.
In this context, SOHR sources reported that the leadership of the IRGC granted a week’s leave to all leaders and administrators within all its headquarters and military positions in Deir Ezzor city and its countryside. It also granted leave to those responsible for the Iranian cultural centres in the cities of Deir Ezzor, Al-Bokamal and Al-Mayadeen, and Hatlah town, for fear of Israeli bombing.
April is witnessing a significant decline in the intensity of the Israeli ground and air strikes, following the Israeli strike on April 1, which was considered one of the most prominent strikes that targeted a building attached to the Iranian embassy in Al-Mazzah area in the capital, Damascus, and resulted in the killing of 16: 14 combatants, including seven leaders of the “Iranian Revolutionary Guard”, leaders of the “Axis of Resistance” operations room in the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, in addition to the killing of a woman and her son.