BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:20 A.M.) – The Israel-based Image Satellite International company released a new satellite image that showed the aftermath of the Israeli military’s attack on a Syrian airbase.

The attack, which took place on March 31st, 2020, heavily targeted the Shayrat Airbase in the eastern countryside of Syria’s Homs Governorate.

The Shayrat Airbase was the same installation that the U.S. Armed Forces attacked in April of 2017 after Washington accused the Syrian military of carrying out the April 4th strikes on the city of Khan Sheikhoun in southern Idlib.

It has since been used by the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and their Russian allies to conduct airstrikes in northern and central Syria.

In the photo released by ISI on April 9th, social media users were able to see the aftermath of the Israeli attack on the night of March 31.

 

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Rhodium 10
2020-04-10 13:37

Photoshop using google earth…Sananews told that none Israeli missile hit Shayrat!..

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gustavo
2020-04-11 04:24

Well, Israel has green light from Russia to attack Syria anywhere and whenever it wants. Good Israel-Russia cooperation…..but wait ! wasn’t Israel one of the main terrorists supporter in Syria ?
wasn’t Israel who planned the missile Syria mistake to shot down a Russia plane ?

Daeshbags-Sux
Daeshbags-Sux
2020-04-11 03:01

Not really massive : they have tools to totally fück-up a full runway, and these are way more evolved than the Matra Durandal prototypes they used to do this in 1967… no need to have strike aircraft overflyng the runway any more. In fact, it has to be understood as a warning shot and a message to the Khamenei-roach as well as to Assad : stop illegal arms transfers to some Lebanese militia. Why illegal? Oh, just because UNSC has ordered the disarmament of ALL Lebanese militias. All but one complied. I must say that Iranian attitude is really counterproductive… Read more »

andreee wangggg
andreee wangggg
2020-04-11 07:15
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indeed they iranians are damned stupid why waste money and time use them for the covid 19 sick patients in iran,where is the priority for them,fight stupidly.