BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:20 P.M.) – The recent Israeli attack on the Syrian provinces of Damascus and Al-Sweida resulted in the death of 21 people, the London-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR).

According to the SOHR, of the 21 people killed by the Israeli Air Force on Sunday, at least a dozen of them were soldiers from the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) of Iran.

The pro-IRGC media channels and activists often release the names and photos of their fighters killed in Syria and Iraq; however, there has been nothing released to corroborate the SOHR’s claims.

The total number of Syrian soldiers killed by the Israeli Air Force on Sunday was 6, but it is likely going to rise in the coming days as several military personnel are in critical condition.

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SOHR is operating from the cave of a clothes shop in Coventry.
He had (had?) lots of contacts into FSA, I’m more dubious when it comes to SAA and way more considering IRGC and better be cautious, serious propaganda was in, thus most of state held/funded news agencies aren’t better, even AMN has became clearly sided.