(Worthy News) – A drone strike last month targeting a US military base in southern Syria represented Iranian retaliation for Israeli airstrikes in Syria, the New York Times reported Friday citing several American and Israeli officials speaking on the condition of anonymity.
The development represents further escalation in the “shadow war” between Tehran and Jerusalem, and is likely the first time Iran attacks American targets to get back at Israel, according to the officials cited in the report.
No American personnel were injured in the October attack on the al-Tanf military base, located in southeastern Syria, near the borders with Jordan and Iraq — which has seen five suicide drones launched at the garrison housing American troops. [ Source: i24 (Read More…) ]
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