Photo Credit: Feyga Bunimovich/TPS
View from Mt. Bental of Moshav Keshet, Mount Hermon and the Israel Lebanon border.

The Israel Defense Forces hinted Saturday night that although Israel had nothing to do with a drone attack on Syria earlier in the day, the same could not be said for the Islamic Republic of Iran.

IDF Arabic language spokesperson Avichai Adraee hinted in a statement posted to the Twitter social networking site that the UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle), shot down by Syrian regime forces in Quneitra province near Mount Hermon, had been Iranian.

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“Today we saw the Syrians prove that [Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps’ Quds Force commander General Qassem] Soleimani does what he wants in Syria, and definitely doesn’t tell the Assad regime what he is up to,” Adraee tweeted.

According to the state-run Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA), “engineering units dismantled the drone which was loaded with bombs and with a highly explosive C4 amount to prevent dismantling it.”

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