Language / اللغة العربية
Warplanes, believed to be Israeli, targeted a number of Assad forces and Iranian militias’ positions in Deir Ezzor last night, according to Deir Ezzor 24 network correspondent.
Our correspondent said that the raids targeted positions of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Militia (IRGC) in al-Thalath area of al-Bukamal badiyah eastern Deir Ezzor, positions of the IRGC and the 47th Regiment militias in Bir al-Hammar in al-Bukamal badiyah, and IRGC positions in al-Seiba area.
The raids also targeted positions of the Zainabiyon militia on Hamdan airport road and al-Hajjanah Street in al-Bukamal city, positions of the Iraqi Hashd al-Shaabi militia about 3 km from al-Bukamal border gate, and a position of Hezbollah militia near Aysha hospital in al-Bukamal.
In al-Mayadeen city, the raids targeted positions of the IRGC militia in al-Mazari’e area on the Deir Ezzor-al-Mayadeen international highway, and positions of Fatimiyeon militia near al-Makif and the vicinity of al-Rahba castle.
In Deir Ezzor city and its surrounding, the raids targeted weapons depots of Fatimiyeon militia, military positions in Tal al-Hajif (the Radio station building), a position near the Faculty of Education in al-Omal neighborhood of Deir Ezzor city, a headquarters of the military security branch in Ghazi Aiyash neighborhood, posts near the military hospital, the water corporation, the perimeter of the automated bakery in Port Said Street, and the Tharda Mountains, and the regiment in the military airport and on the international highway.
The IRGC militia was on a high unprecedented alert following the airstrikes. The militias opened field hospitals in houses instead of the known ones, and announced their need for blood of all types. Ambulances were so active in all the mentioned areas, while the militias and Assad forces are still hiding the number of casualties in their ranks.