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Syria, Damascus and pro-Iran militias launch a mole hunt

Damascus and pro-Iran militias launch a mole hunt in Syria. 34 members of Tehran’s allied groups arrested in Deir Ezzor. They are accused of providing the US and Israel with information on targets to be hit with strikes

Damascus and pro-Iran militias in Syria have embarked on a hunt for moles, which provide Israel and the United States with information on targets to be targeted by air strikes. In the past few hours, Syrian Air Force intelligence arrested 34 members of Tehran’s local allied groups in Mayadeen, Al-Qoriyah and Al-Mu ‘hassan (Deir Ezzor). All are accused of collaborating with the enemies, monitoring the movements of the Iranians and Hezbollah and providing them with the coordinates of the commands, as well as military sites and depots of weapons and ammunition. Recently, the US and the Jewish state carried out several strikes in the region, which resulted in the destruction or damage of several structures. The timing of the attacks led Damascus and the militiamen to believe that there might be traitors among their ranks. From that moment the hunt for the mole began.

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