Four IRGC commanders killed in alleged Israeli airstrike, Iranian media claims

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DAMASCUS – Four members of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards were killed  in an alleged Israeli air strike on Damascus on Saturday, including a senior figure in its information unit, a security source in the regional pro-Syrian alliance told Reuters.اضافة اعلان

The strike, using precision-guided missiles according to the source, flattened a multi-story building in the neighborhood of Mazzeh in the Syrian capital.

The security source, part of a network of groups close to Syria's government and its major ally Iran, said the multi-story building was used by Iranian advisers supporting President Bashar Al-Assad's government, and that it was entirely flattened by "precision-targeted Israeli missiles."

There has been no immediate confirmation from Israel.

Essam Al-Amin, head of the Al-Mowasat Hospital in Damascus, told local Syrian outlet Al-Watan Online that his hospital had received one corpse and three wounded people, including a woman, following Saturday's attack.

Syrian state media said a likely Israeli attack had targeted a building in the Mazzeh neighborhood of Damascus, without giving further details.

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