DAMASCUS, SYRIA (3:05 P.M.) – A senior Iranian official denied his country launched a missile attack against Israeli targets last night as a response to a night attack carried out by Israeli jets that targeted Iranian bases inside Syria.

“Iran has nothing to do with the missiles that hit the Occupied Golan Heights last night. It was the Syrian Arab Army”, he said in a statement to Sputnik.

“We would say so if we have done it”, he added.

Israel launched its biggest missile attack on Syria, claiming it is targeting Iranian bases. In response, the Syrian Army fires a salvo of missiles that hit military targets in the Occupied Golan Heights.

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ranix
2018-05-10 15:11

kudos to iran – israhell is totally afraid of your godly might

Abu bakr
Abu bakr
2018-05-10 16:44
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Hahahahahahahaha godly might who is the scared one Israel who so far attacked and killed dozens of Iranians or Iran who only threats and does no action, and btw how come yiur godly powers like Assad Russia Iran can’t defeat few guys who doesn’t even have a chopper ? Loooooooool

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notonato
2018-05-10 18:40
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Go to Idlib and join your brothers. SAA will come to visit soon.

You can call me AL
You can call me AL
2018-05-10 15:34

Well, if that is true, it changes my whole thinking. I could understand n Iranian attack = justice + revenge, but I am confused why Syria would attack AT THIS CURRENT TIME……. I’ll have to think about that.

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bucek
2018-05-10 16:18

Syria attacked yes, but if many of posted reports are true, it was a response to an Israel’s attack. Missiles launched towards Damascus and artilery/tank shelling city of Hadar (Chadder).
But yes, Syria should consolidate territory and its forces first … it is a nonsence to fight on many fronts.

Abu bakr
Abu bakr
2018-05-10 16:45

You like the rest of morons here deashbagsux or whatever his name is are complete retard I promise you can’t even see the truth even if it slaps you

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Stern Daler
2018-05-11 09:01
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@Abu bakr, it takes one to know one.

Vladimir Belov
Vladimir Belov
2018-05-10 17:59

I have such question to SAA for a long time. Too little effort to finish daesh in first place and to many provocations against imperialists army which can be removed only in result of well thought out sequence and disciplined performance.

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notonato
2018-05-10 18:45
Reply to  Vladimir Belov

Too little effort? Are you f’ing serious? Look how much support the terrorists have. They are doing a stellar job. Look at a map of when Russia got involved, and look at it now. Massive difference! That’s why Abu bakr has his panties in a bunch. Remove external support and the terrorists are finished in a week.

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USR
2018-05-10 20:24
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notonato, totally agreed with you! In a couple of interviews Putin himself said: “Question is who is supplying the terrorists? Without any support they would not reach such level of power”. In another interview Putin pointed “After we finish with the terrorists we will confront all of those who supported them”. One thing I notice is whatever Putin is saying, he is always doing it soon or later, one or another way. I believe the Russian intervention in the Syrian war has much bigger plan than anybody here could think of…

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Gustavo
2018-05-10 15:47

Who fired what ? Israel newspapers do not mention any attack to Golan High or Israel. They just mention Israel attack to Iran facilities in Syria. I am sure that this Israel attack was done with Russia authorization.

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notonato
2018-05-10 18:45
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Of course they say nothing. Never accuse them of honesty.

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Soizic
2018-05-10 17:43

A quoi cela sert-il de se justifier face à ces ordures sans scrupules?
C’est leur donner trop d’importance!

ziad
ziad
2018-05-11 06:31

no s**t, i been saying that the whole time

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Stern Daler
2018-05-11 09:04

“Israel says or claims” says all. In spite of their tough talk Iran and Syria knew their limits. So I doubt an Iranian or Syrian attack and vote for Zionist false flag. That or the Zionists took Syrian air defence rockets trying to intercept as excuse.