Israeli defense senior officials: Israel has hit 75% of Iran’s weapons in Syria

It was reported that the sources emphasized in closed talks that the weapons destroyed were intended for pro-Iranian Shiite militias operating in Syria as well as for Hezbollah in Lebanon. In addition, sources also said that the IDF had achieved a high level of deterrence against Tehran and the Assad regime

Israel has hit 75 percent of Iran’s weapons in Syria, senior security officials said in closed-door talks.

They detailed in the same talks that some of the damaged weapons were manufactured in Iran and smuggled to Syria by land, air and sea, and some were unnecessary on Syrian soil itself.

The sources also said that Israel’s level of deterrence against Iran in Syria and the Assad regime had been fully achieved, according to data presented to the political echelon regarding the extent of the attacks in Syria (without referring to the attack attributed to Israel tonight AB).

It was learned that the attacks attributed to the IDF include damage to unmanned aerial vehicles of various types, missiles, rockets, components of air defense systems, infrastructure for the production of weapons and more.
Possibility of attack in Iran

The United States recently praised Israel for its activities against Iran in Syria, emphasizing the level of deterrence that led to the response to attacks attributed to Israel in Syria – the Iranians attacked a U.S. base in the al-Tanf area, the border triangle between Syria, Jordan and Iraq.

The question that hovers in the air in the defense establishment and in dialogue with the Americans is what will happen when Israel decides to attack Iran.

Meanwhile, Israel is closely monitoring Russia’s talks with the United States in Vienna on Syria’s future and how it will be conducted in the future. The messages that came out of Israel were very clear that as long as the Iranians or envoys on their behalf including Hezbollah continue to stay on Syrian soil and try to establish bases or smuggle weapons – Israel will defend its security and preserve its right to attack.

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