Israeli Attack on a Villa in Baniyas Port, Syria

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Israeli Attack on a Villa in Baniyas Port, Syria

Israeli attack on a villa in the port of Baniyas, Syria

Following the Israeli attack on a villa on the coast of Baniyas port in Syria, at least three people, including a member of the Revolutionary Guards, were killed.

The Fars News Agency has identified this Revolutionary Guards member as an advisor named Reza Zarei. Simultaneously, a video of informing Reza Zarei’s family about his death has been released.

According to the French news agency, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights based in Britain has announced that in the early hours of Friday, March 1, three powerful explosions destroyed a villa in the center of the coastal city of Baniyas in northwest Syria, located on the Mediterranean Sea.

This source stated that the villa had provided refuge to a group affiliated with Iran.

Arab Sky News also reported, citing the director of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, that the targeted villa had recently been turned into a place frequented by the visits and stays of IRGC commanders.

Rami Abdulrahman further stated that since this area is not under the influence of the Islamic Republic, those who were coming and going to the villa believed that being in this area could keep them away from prying eyes.

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