Israeli strikes kill 42 in Syria this week

Israeli strikes kill 42 in Syria this week

Israeli strikes kill 42 in Syria this week

The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said today the new death toll from attacks early Thursday was 27, including at least 11 Iranians and six Syrian soldiers.

Israel says it struck targets in Syria after Iranian rockets were fired onto the Golan Heights.

Among the victims of air strikes of Israel supposedly 11 Iranians.

"Throw the Iranians out, do away with Qassem Suleimani and the Quds Force", Liberman added before sending a message to Syrian President Bashar Assad: "They are only hurting you, and all their presence will only bring problems and damage".

"The repeated attacks by the Zionist regime on Syrian territory were carried out under pretexts that were invented by themselves and are without foundation", said foreign ministry spokesman Bahram Ghasemi, without offering further details. The annexation has not be recognised by the global community.

Israeli forces have been blamed for a series of recent strikes inside Syria that have killed Iranians, though it has not acknowledged those raids.

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France still hopes for a wider settlement that will cover Iran's activities across the Middle East, and warned Tehran on Thursday "against any temptation for regional dominance".

The phone calls came a few days after US President Donald Trump defied protests and last-minute lobbying by his European partners and unilaterally made a decision to withdraw from the historic nuclear accord, officially known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), and impose new sanctions on Tehran.

The deal, signed between Iran and world powers, including Russian and the United States, had eased economic sanctions on Iran in return for the country reducing its nuclear programme.

Trump spoke with British Prime Minister Theresa May on Friday, and "both leaders condemned the Iranian regime's provocative rocket attacks from Syria", the White House said.

"Iran strongly condemns. [Israel's] attacks on Syria".

Israel says it has conducted dozens of operations in Syria to stop what it says are advanced arms deliveries to one of its main foes, Iran-backed Hezbollah.

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