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Israel strikes Iranian targets in Syria in response to attack on Israeli-owned ship

Reports reveal that Israel bombed Iranian targets near Damascus on Sunday. It was retaliation for an Iranian attack on an Israeli-owned ship in the Gulf of Oman.

Iran becomes bolder daily due to the weak American administration. The rest of the West shrugs as Iran’s adventurism increases. Iran refuses to even come to the table for talks with Biden’s handlers on a nuclear deal, a deal that be a windfall to the regime. Iran is seeking to make up for the time it lost during the Trump administration by demanding an immediate lifting of sanctions, and then negotiating a new nuclear deal.

Israel, however, has been guarding its border with Syria on the Golan Heights, due to the Iranian regime’s increasing threats.

“Israel strikes Iranian targets in Syria in response to ship attack,” Reuters, March 1, 2021:

Israel reportedly bombed Iranian targets near Damascus in Syria late Sunday night leading to speculation that the airstrikes were in response to what is believed to be an Iranian attack on an Israeli-owned ship in the Gulf of Oman last Thursday.

The Syrian army said on Sunday evening that an Israeli airstrike targeted parts of southern Damascus in escalating attacks that regional intelligence sources say target Iran-linked assets.

A Syrian Army statement said the attack came from the Golan Heights and that it had downed most of the missiles, in the second such strike in less than a month on the outskirts of the capital.

An Israeli military spokesman declined to comment on the report. The strikes on Sunday night come just days after an Israeli-owned commercial vessel…

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