Raisi discusses with al-Assad bilateral relations and “Israeli attacks”

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi discussed on Sunday, with his Syrian counterpart, Bashar al-Assad, bilateral relations and the recent Israeli attacks.

The Iranian presidency said, in a statement, that Raisi stressed during the phone call with Assad the need to respect the territorial integrity of Syria and support its sovereignty.

For his part, Al-Assad assured Raisi that there are signs of “the collapse of Israel as a result of the resistance and steadfastness of the Palestinian people,” according to the Iranian presidency.

And the Israeli army announced, early on Sunday, that it had targeted the three missile launch sites that were launched towards the occupied Syrian Golan with air strikes.

The Israeli army said on Twitter: “An Israeli army drone is bombing the launch pads in Syria from which the rockets were launched earlier tonight.”

Last Saturday, the Israeli army announced that it had monitored 3 missile launches from Syria towards the Golan, and the Israeli Broadcasting Authority stated that the missiles launched from Syria, two of them fell in an open area in the Golan, and one landed on the border.

For his part, the Israeli army spokesman confirmed that “an alert has been activated in the home front application in open areas near the town of Mitsar in the southern Golan Heights, details are under examination.”

It is noteworthy that the Iranian Revolutionary Guard had stated, last Thursday, that “the removal of Israel is no longer a distant goal,” calling on the Israelis to wait for the decisive Iranian response.
The Assistant for Coordinating Affairs in the Iranian Revolutionary Guards, Brigadier General Mohammad Reza Naqdi, said during the funeral of Milad Heidari, the military advisor who was killed in Syria, that “revenge from the Zionists for the blood of the martyr Heidari will certainly come, and that this blood is too precious to be avenged by the elimination of a Zionist person.” One because the liberation of Jerusalem is our ultimate goal.

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