Israel Kills Top Iranian General During Bomb Strike in Golan Heights
The Iranian regime confirmed that top Iranian Revolutionary Guards’ corps general Mohammad Allahdadi was killed in the Golan Heights by Israel this past weekend. Allahdadi was traveling with Hezbollah forces in the area.
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The IBTimes reported:
Iran’s revolutionary guards’ corps (IRGC) has confirmed that one of its senior commanders, general Mohammad Ali Allahdadi (or Dadi), has been killed by an Israeli strike on the Syrian sector of the Golan Heights.
The air raid, which also killed six members of Lebanon’s Shiite Hezbollah group, occurred near Syria’s Quneitra border crossing with Israel.
“Following the Zionist aggressions against the resistance in Syria, General Mohammad Allahdadi, a former commander of the Sarollah Brigade of the Revolutionary Guard, was martyred along with Jihad Moughniyah and three others in the same car,” the Dana news website said.
The senior commander was recently reassigned to support Shiite militias in Syria fighting with President Bashar al-Assad against the opposition to the regime.