Iranian missiles precisely hit Daesh Headquarters, targets in Syria
Gen. Amir Ali Hajizadeh, the Commander of IRGC Aerospace Force, said terrorists will undergo huge costs in case they continue evil actions.
“The missiles were launched from Iran and landed in Syria after crossing over Iraq,” highlighted the commander noting that UAVs flown around Damascus simultaneously transmitted information on the impact in Syria’s Deir Ezzor.
Hajizadeh said ISIL command bases and its suicide car manufacturing centers near Deir Ezzor were all targeted by the medium-range missiles; “enemies need to know that Tehran differs from London and Paris in that the action was only a small measure that can become intensified in case that commit more mistakes.”
Commander of IRGC Aerospace Force further reiterated that all the missiles exactly hit the envisaged targets.
The official underscored that identification of terrorists and firing missiles on a small building from a distance of 700 kilometers all carry a special message.
“IRGC, under leadership of the Leader, enjoys strong will and determination to defend the country and will never give up its objectives,” he said.
Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps fired ballistic missiles hitting ISIL base in Syria’s Deir ez-Zor in retaliation to Tehran’s twin attacks.
“IRGC has targeted ISIL headquarters in Syria’s Deir ez-Zor in a bid to revenge from and punish the Takfiri terrorists,” reads the statement issued by IRGC.