Wednesday, September 27, 2023

IRGC Releases Details of Its Missile Attacks on ISIS in Syria

Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps has released a report on its Sunday airstrikes on ISIS terrorists’ positions in four parts of the Syrian city of Deir ez-Zor.

According to a report released by the IRGC Quds Force on Tuesday, the main arms depot of ISIS in the northern city of Deir ez-Zor was totally destroyed in an accurate missile strike by IRGC. The depot was used by the Syrian army’s military base in the past.

Meanwhile the strike destroyed four tanks, two car bombs and a number of long-range missiles. Military sources say at least 6 ISIS elements were killed and ten others injured in the missile attack.

Meanwhile, the ISIS’ military command centre in the east of Deir ez-Zor came under another missile attack. The centre is widely known as one of the main and sensitive command centres of ISIS. At least 15 ISIS terrorists from Kazakhstan, Saudi Arabia and Afghanistan were killed including a senior commander named Sa’d al-Gheibi, also known as Abu Sa’d, from Saudi Arabia.

The ISIS headquarters in Deir ez-Zor was another target of Iran’s missiles. According to the IRGC report, at least 27 ISIS members were killed in this attack. These terrorists including three non-Syrian militants named Mohammad al-Veisi, also known as Abu Assem (The official in charge of financial affairs of Al-Kheir province), Abdol Qader al-Feraghi, also known as Abu Haris (a close friend of Abu Assem), and Yousef bin Mohsen al-Mebru, also known as Abu Hayyan al-Movahed.

A number of others were also wounded in the strike.

The building of a military hospital in al-Mayadin which is controlled by ISIS was another target of Iranian missiles. The attack left at least three vehicles destroyed including an ambulance. Meanwhile, 17 ISIS members were killed including:

1- Mohammad Mehdi al-Sheikhavi known as Abubakr Mohajer from Tunisia

2- Fakher Farah known as Abu Khouleh from Tunisia

3- Hamad Ibrahim Rajab al-Sall’a known as Nasser al-Movahed

4- Abdol Khaliq Shaker al-Ghall’a from Iraq

5- Akram Ra’d al-Khalil from Iraq

6- Hanin al-Sabah, husband of Akram Ra’d

7- Al-Hanouf Saeed al-Hamdan

8- Neinavan known as Abu Zobeir from China

Many other members of the terrorist group were also injured in the attack.

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