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Iran IRGC Intelligence Chief In Syria, Deputy Killed In Israeli Strike (Pics)

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A strike on Syria’s capital Damascus has killed four members of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards, including the Syrian intelligence chief and his deputy according to the group. 

In a statement, the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) confirmed it lost four of its members in the strike on Saturday, accusing Israel.

There was no immediate comment from Israel.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights war monitor said six people were killed in the strike in the Mazzeh neighbourhood of the Syrian capital.

An Israeli missile strike targeted a four-storey building, killing six people… and destroying the whole building where Iran-aligned leaders were meeting,” Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.

The British-based monitor with a network of sources inside Syria said the targeted neighbourhood is known to be a high-security zone home to leaders of IRGC and pro-Iran Palestinian factions.

They were for sure targeting senior members” of those groups, Observatory director Rami Abdel Rahman said.


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