Heavy explosions rocked positions of Iranian militants in the Jebel Ezzan area of southern Aleppo on Saturday, Syrian activists said. Mount Ezzan is one of the most important bases of Iranian forces and Shiite militias fighting alongside Bashar al-Assad.
The area was targeted “an unknown journey” heard the sound in the area immediately after the explosions.
According to the report, the Iranian warehouses at the bombed base are used in the manufacture of rockets and the preparation of explosive barrels, where the base was bombed “unknown warplanes”
However, according to conflicting reports, the Israeli warplanes, still flying over Syria, carried out the attack, which included “four raids of fighters against the Iranian base in Syria.”
In this attack, more than 40 people were killed and 60 injured, and 18 people are said to be Iranian forces. The sources say that those who were killed that most of thrm were Iranian forces and more than 100 people were killed.
He denied informing the Syrian regime of the bombing and raids and said: “There is no truth to what is being circulated about an Israeli raid in the southern countryside of Aleppo, as well as in the south of Syria.”
Hezbollah said in a statement on its official website that there was no truth to what was being circulated through some websites and social media sites, quoting Israeli media and militants, about an Israeli raid in the southern suburbs of Aleppo or in southern Syria.
Earlier, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported that a loud explosion was heard inside a rural area controlled by the Syrian Syrian south of Aleppo.
The observatory said it was not yet known the cause of the blast or its target. It was not possible to confirm whether the incident was an explosion or aerial bombardment.
Despite denials of the regime, Anatolia quoted local sources as hearing a loud explosion at a base of the regime’s forces, which includes pro-Iranian militias in southern Aleppo countryside.
On the other hand, sources from the armed opposition confirmed the occurrence of unknown raids on pro-regime positions in the countryside of Aleppo, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights confirmed that the explosion occurred at a base of concentration of Iranian militias and in an area where an Afghan militia is present.
The media also heard the sound of explosions in the sites of the Syrian regime and its allies in Deir al-Zour beside an unknown explosion shaking the countryside of southern Aleppo.