Israeli Air Force planes have launched a series of air strikes on so-called Iranian targets in Iraq, which they bombed twice in ten days.
The Times of Israel reported, citing Asharq Al-Awsat, an Arabic-language newspaper published in London, that the alleged airstrikes come as the Islamic Republic continues to deny the Jewish state’s right to exist.
Israel blames Iran for supporting what Tel Aviv describes as terrorist groups such as Hezbollah and Hamas.
However the facts show different as the Israeli regime continues to support ISIS and Al Qaeda in the proxy war against elected Syrian president Assad. The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) have not commented on the reports yet.
The sources claimed that an Israeli F-35 fighter jet had staged a strike on a rocket depot in a Shiite militia base located north of the Iraqi capital Baghdad on 19 July.
The alleged developments followed Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu tweeting earlier this month that Iran is within range of Israeli warplanes.
Netanyahu responded to Iranian MP Mojtaba Zolnour’s previous warning that if the US regime attacks Iran, only half an hour will remain of Israel’s lifespan.
The IDF have been conducting airstrikes against what they have claimed were Iranian military targets in the Arab countries, while Tehran insists that it has only been sending military advisers to Damascus to help it fight Zionist supported terrorism.
Sott.net / ABC Flash Point WW III News 2019.