Iran Vows Revenge on Israel After Its Forces Strike Damascus

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Amid the swirling violence that is the Middle East, a Saturday attack in Syria has brought promises of revenge as U.S. forces in Iraq also came under attack.

Iran said that it would make Israel pay after a Saturday missile strike on a Damascus, Syria, location killed five members of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards in Damascus and several Syrian troops, according to CNBC.

Israel did not openly take credit for the attack in keeping with its standard policy, the Times of Israel noted.

On Saturday, Iranian-backed groups attacked al-Assad Airbase with ballistic missiles and rockets, according to U.S. Central Command.

The CentCom statement said there was damage to the base and indicated some U.S. troops were being evaluated for traumatic brain injuries.

The New York Times reported that a top Iranian intelligence official was killed in the Damascus strike.

“The Islamic Republic of Iran will not leave …

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