BEIRUT, LEBANON (6:10 P.M.) – An Iranian cargo plane was tracked on Tuesday flying to Syria’s T-4 Airbase in the eastern countryside of the Homs Governorate.

According to reports, the Iranian cargo plane traveled from Tehran to the T-4 Airbase, marking the 4th time in the last four days that this aircraft has made the journey.

The Iranian cargo plane was likely delivering military equipment to Syria as their previous attempts to do so were often targeted by the Israeli Air Force.

The T-4 Airbase is strategically located between the provincial capital of Homs and the ancient city of Palmyra (Tadmur).

Due to the large presence of Iranian-backed troops in eastern Homs and Deir Ezzor, military equipment deliveries to the T-4 Airbase is incredibly important to Tehran and their ongoing operations inside of Syria.

However, while the Iranian military has managed to move away from the border of the occupied Golan Heights, Israel is still monitoring from afar, particularly from the western slope of the Qalamoun Mountains in eastern Lebanon.

On March 27th, Israel launched a large-scale attack on the Aleppo Governorate, proving they are willing to fly any distance to not only strike Iranian troops, but also prevent them from acquiring any shipments from Tehran.

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Tony B.
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I would say that this is proof that Israel is NOT so ready (after Lavrov’s recent statement) to shoot more missiles into Syria.

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I would say it doesn’t prove a thing and Israel will attack Syria again when they are ready. It was said after the Russian plane was accidentally shot down they wouldn’t attack again which they didn’t for a couple of months. Guess what they again attacked Syria using a commercial plane to mask their attack. They don’t care as they will turn any event too their advantage and an excuse to unleash more. proof of the pudding will be next time they attack.

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Remember when Syria warned they will retaliate in kind if Israel attacked again. An airfield for an airfield and so on. What happened next time Israel attacked an airport … nothing.. Israel will not stop until it gets a really b****y nose then they will cry to the US they are being bullied .

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The foto can’t be taken at T4 airbase as a plane from KLM, the Dutch/French company, is visible.

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It will be a stock photo of an Iranian plane . The usage of stock photos is common in many media outlets of any event.

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The next night songs to listen to :
Metallica : Seek’n’Destroy
Katy Perry : Firework

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We should propose the Apache cruise missile to Israel.
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apache_(missile)

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They made our Durandal anti-runway bomb world-famous in 1967, and so was it for the Mirage-III, time for the Apache to achieve gigantic sales, thanks to IDF advertising. 5-6 of these are enough to totally demolish a classic 2,400-2,600m airbase runway.

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Iran is running out of cash and so is it for all its proxies : https://www.thetrumpet.com/18889-iran-out-of-cash Ouch, it hurts… And will worsen as in less than one month the waiver on oil purchases given mainly to China and India along 6 others countries, will end. Now IRGC is on FTO list, since they control half of the country’s economy, Chicago thugs’ style, the golden days are gone… Through JCPOA, the regime has been given a chance to act as a normal country. It’s obvious Rouhanni got the message, it wasn’t Khamenei’s case, this creep is the only one history will… Read more »