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Pro-Iran militias are hiding their arsenal in eastern Syria. Weapons, ammunition and missiles transferred from Iraq to Deir Ezzor, Ayyash and Raqqa, near Russian and SAA bases. Objective: not to be subjected to Israel air strikes
Pro-Iran militias strengthen and hide their arsenal in eastern Syria. According to local sources, the Abu al-Fadl al-Abbas group has just transferred a large quantity of weapons, ammunition, equipment and missiles to Deir Ezzor from Iraq. In particular, it seems that the maxi load was stored in warehouses near the monuments of Al-Shabli, on the outskirts of Mayadeen. There was a similar operation last month, but aimed at Ayyash and Raqqa. The goal is simple: to protect resources from probable Israeli air strikes. It is no coincidence that all the depots where weapons and missiles have been stored are located near bases of Russia or the Syrian Army (SAA), targets that cannot be attacked by the Jewish state fighters.