Syrian state media claimed earlier in the day that Syrian air defenses had shot down at least nine Israeli missiles, but left out information about whether any of the missiles had hit their target.
"No continent, no country is safe from terrorism. We must stand against them together, to build a solid wall of the civilized world against the flood of radicalism."
Quds Force commander Qasem Soleimani this week issued a direct threat to Israel from Damascus after arriving for a briefing on the T-4 air strike.
“The northern front presents a paramount strategic challenge that necessitates the IDF and the rest of the security establishment to strengthen even further its readiness."
“It was the first time we attacked live Iranian targets, both facilities and people,” the IDF officer told The New York Times journalist Thomas Friedman.
"I Suggest to the Israelis to refrain from foolish steps if they want to continue their treacherous existence."
Casualties were reported by the Al Arabiya news network at the Iranian base that was alleged to have been hit.
IDF officials “concluded that the Iranian UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle) was armed with explosives and was tasked to attack Israel.”
After two Fridays of demonstrations, many in the Arab world are now supporting Israel against Hamas, mostly because those rallies are seen as being initiated and supported by Iran.
Iran warned Israel Wednesday that it would exact retribution for a missile strike on a Syrian air base earlier in the week in which at least seven Iranian military officials were killed.
The two men “discussed the Syrian issue, including in light of the recent missile strikes by the Israeli Air Force on the T-4 airfield in the Homs province."
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov called the strike on the base a “very dangerous development.”
Arab sources say Israel hit a secret Iranian command and control center in Syria.
"Hezbollah, Iranian forces and regime forces are located in the T4 Airport which is considered a military base, and the targeting also caused damage to vehicles in the area."
Russia claims Israel hit the Syrian T4 air force base.
Meanwhile, the Russian Foreign Ministry has rejected Saturday’s reports on the chemical attack carried out by the Syrian government forces in the town of Douma outside Damascus.
Apparently, the crown prince described the Ayatollah Ali Khamenei saying, “I believe the Iranian supreme leader makes Hitler look good."
"We were very successful against ISIS. But sometimes it’s time to come back home, and we’re thinking about that very seriously, okay?”
Russia's President Putin hosted the first trilateral meeting on Syria in November 2017 at the Black Sea resort of Sochi.
The prince said that it is Russia's responsibility to "highlight the atrocious acts that the Iranian government perpetrates against its own people."
The defense minister should probably devote more time to figuring out safe and expedient escape routes for the residents of northern Israel than to issue needlessly alarming messages.
Liberman: Africa has huge potential and Israel as a world leader in advanced technologies has exactly what Africa needs in agriculture, medicine, security, counter-terrorism and border defenses.
"Israel can deal with Syria independently and doesn't need any help," but at "farther ranges and to a bigger and stronger country," coordination with the US is important.
The Washington Free Beacon reported the US is monitoring reports that North Korea is helping President Bashar al-Assad rebuild Syria's chemical and other weapons at an underground military base.
In 2016 Russia and Iran signed Memoranda of understanding on dozens of industrial projects, to the tune of an estimated $40 billion. Most of those projects are still in drawers, but there's enough potential wealth in those drawers to make Russia and Iran inseparable.