Iranian General Killed In Israeli Airstrike In Syria Last Weekend Was Targeted — Because He Didn’t Turn Off Cell Phone — Kept Active In ‘Sensitive Area Targeted By Israeli Intelligence’
The Lebanese newspaper, Al-Joumhouria, reported last night, that “an Iranian General, killed in an Israeli airstrike in Syria, a week ago Sunday, may have died because he did not turn off his cell phone. The newspaper, citing an investigation completed by Hezbollah security officials, say that Iranian Revolutionary Guards General Mohammed Allahdadi — kept his cell phone on….in a sensitive area targeted by Israeli intelligence. The report added that General Allahdadi was in the Quneitra to inspect Hezbollah troops and outposts in the area; as well as a “joint operations room.” Eleven people in total were killed, the paper said, including Jihad Mughniyeh, son of the late Hezbollah leader Imad Mughniyeh Issa, the Head of Hezbollah’s operation in war-torn Syria, and Iraq.
Hezbollah Promises Not To Retaliate Against Israel For Sunday’s Strike — From Lebanese Soil
Meanwhile, Hezbollah’s Foreign Minister said yesterday, “Whenever the response will come, [retaliation], Lebsnon’s interest will be taken into account before anything,” in an interview with the Kuwaiti newspaper, Al-Anbass. The paper added that “Lebanese sources said that the Shi’ite group [Hezbollah] were keenly aware of domestic public opinion; and, rising apprehension over the prospect of Israeli reprisals, similar to the devastation that was wrought during the Second Lebanon War, in 2006. V/R, RCP