Unidentified warplanes attack Iranian military warehouse in Syria

"Unidentified aircraft" conducted airstrikes on IRGC's (Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps) weapons warehouse near the city of Abu Kamal, Syria, near the Iraqi border, reports Al Arabia news agency.

Iraqis and Syrians have accused Israel of the attack and have promised to take revenge. Unidentified aircraft regularly bomb this large military base near Abu Kamal, which is being built by the Iranians. The base is situated along the Iran-Syria main land route leading to Iraq.

Iranians named this military base after Emam Ali. They are trying to set up there both the ammunition storage  for missiles and the production facility of drones equipped with explosives. It is also intended to be used as a training camp for Pro-Iranian Shiite militias. But as soon as facilities are close to completion, they are immediately attacked by the "unidentified air force." However, Iranians continue trying to establish military production in Eastern Syria.

In an interview with Channel Nine, the Israeli Prime Minister indirectly confirmed the country's involvement in the raids, saying that Israel would attack its enemies anywhere in the world to ensure its security.

  Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps, Iran, Syria, Israel