Satellite imagery shows Iranian arms depots destroyed at Abu Kamal

Satellite photos show a cluster of arms storage facilities at a pro-Iranian militia compound at Abu Kamal, the strategic Syrian town near the Iraqi border, believed to have contained Iranian precision missiles for onward delivery to Syria and Hizballah. The photos show the warehouses before and after their destruction. Syrian opposition sources report at least 18 people killed in the strike Sunday night by unidentified aircraft.

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7 thoughts on “Satellite imagery shows Iranian arms depots destroyed at Abu Kamal

  • Sep 9, 2019 @ 21:52 at 21:52
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    Ups, once again a bullseye strike where it really hurts the mullahs!
    Keep up the good work!

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  • Sep 10, 2019 @ 0:15 at 0:15
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    “Noch a mull ‘”and many , many ,many times

    GOD BLES YOU

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  • Sep 10, 2019 @ 0:17 at 0:17
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    “Noch amul (in idish) and many ,many times

    GOD BLESSYOU

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  • Sep 10, 2019 @ 3:45 at 3:45
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    In the US, . . . the statement used to be “The Lone Ranger Strikes Again”, . . . seems in and around Israel, . . . it is “Mossad Strikes Again”. Long live the Mossad.

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  • Sep 10, 2019 @ 14:31 at 14:31
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    More Iranian Oil Revenues now on the Trash Heap of History! As Iranian Families, Children, & People continue to Suffer under this Evil Regime!

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  • Sep 10, 2019 @ 14:47 at 14:47
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    The Palestinian Islamic Jihad, (PIJ) has decided Hamas that Replaced Fatah is now looking to Replace Hamas! Hamas like Fatah did to Hamas Leaders will point out where Iran’s Shiia PIJ Servants Hide to Save Hamas! The PIJ, is taking Money from Iran Funding, Inflaming & Destabilizing the Region including Gaza. What Hamas have done to some is now being done to them!

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