IDF's massive May attack in Syria combined artillery and jets

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(Worthy News) - The IDF released on Tuesday a video clip showing parts of Israel’s May attacks on more than 50 Iranian targets in Syria in what was the widest military operation launched by the IDF in the war-torn country since 1974.

The footage shows that the attacks, which were prompted by Iranian forces in Syria launching a rocket salvo on Israeli army bases in the Golan Heights after US President Donald Trump withdrew from the 2015 Iranian nuclear accord, included not only IAF fighter jets, but also cannon fire by the 282nd Goland Artillery Brigade.

A short time after 30 rockets were launched into Israel, the IDF returned fire, pummelling targets using a combination of heavy artillery and jets in Syria, the largest military campaign to have been launched on Syrian soil by Israel since the civil war broke out in 2011. [ Source: Ynet News (Read More...) ]

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