By Staff writer, SF
On Thursday, the Israel Air Force bombed several Iran-related military targets in Aleppo, Syria, killing between seven and 25 members of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps’ Quds Force.
The bombs struck a military airport used by the Iranian axis and several ammunition depots, as well as the Fajr-5C workshop in the Sheikh Najjar industrial zone northeast of Aleppo. They caused an electricity blackout in Aleppo. The Syrian Regime, led by Dictator Bashar Assad who is backed by Iran in this eight-year-long civil war, claimed that they had shot down the missiles, but this was not true.