crod wrote:sorry but you appear to be on a completely different tangent...I’m not concerned one iota what Iran says it’s doing over what israel says Iran is doing - zero.
I was merely pointing out that an attack occurred, 2 buildings targeted, what was said to be a drone manufacturing facility and that there were casualties. Hez confirmed their casualties while Iran refuted the claim that one of their own was killed, that’s all. Some before and after pics were supplied but given I’m not on the ground, I’ve zero knowledge on what was hit and what wasn’t hit. End of.
Do you mean from ISI ?
The same medieval primitive "private" isreali-owned.......... supposed........satellite intelligence agency that render more funny the monotonous days of Federation MoD employers with theirs laughably involute doctored PR coverages of supposed Israeli (and others) attacks abroad.
Anyone can well remember the self-embarrassing "yellow circles" numbering of the "supposed" targets hit in the Al Shayrat air base by part of US; or the phantoms 6 helicopters and 5 aircraft of Federation Air Forces destroyed by rebels at Khmeimim airfield
Anyhow this is theirs coverage.
The basis is to mix the real with artificial, in a way that the outcome of those stand-off attacks ,involving often 8-10 striking IAF aircraft plus all the corollary complement, will not appear too much misere for its effects on the ground.
On a more serious account anyone can assert that Israel can say thanks to theirs very efficient and extensive HUMINT network on Syrian ground (obviously greatly aided in theirs work by the prolonged civil war situation there) if it can get useful informations for its Air Force, the remaining part of INF collecting assets are not even on par with second plane European nations.