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Syria, there are anomalous movements among the leaders of pro-Iran militias

There are anomalous movements among the leaders of pro-Iran militias in Syria. An important meeting between the IRGC, Hezbollah and allied groups is suspected to be planned. Usually, in fact, the commanders move with caution and isolated

In Syria, the leaders of pro-Iran militias are making anomalous transfers. This was revealed by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR), whose cameras captured some vehicles carrying the local leaders of Hezbollah and some allied groups, as they moved from Latakia to Sahl Al-Ghab (Hama). Shortly thereafter, a commander of the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) was spotted visiting the Sayeda Zeinab shrine in Damascus with his family. “Open-air” sightings are anomalous, as Tehran’s allies are usually very cautious and travel alone, fearing being eliminated by Israel. Consequently, even if there are no official confirmations, it is not excluded that an important meeting between Iran’s proxy groups is scheduled shortly and the presence of numerous top management elements could be a sign that important evolutions will be decided for the country middle Eastern.

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