Iranian Brigadier General and scientist Mohsen Farkhrizadeh was assassinated Friday in an operation attributed to Israel’s Mossad.
Recent airstrikes in southern Syria indicate Israel’s attempt to thwart Hezbollah activity near the Golan border.
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Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb has named Abu Ubaidah Yusef al-Annabi as its new emir. His predecessor, Abdelmalek Droukdel, was killed in a French counterterrorism operation in Mali earlier this year.
The IDF attacked positions belonging to Iran’s IRGC Quds Force and Syrian Armed Forces after IEDs were discovered near the Alpha Line.
Following the killing of Al Qaeda’s Abu Muhammad al-Masri, the Mossad’s history of targeted killings comes into focus.
The New York Times and other press outlets have confirmed that Abu Muhammad al-Masri, al Qaeda’s deputy emir, was killed in an Israeli operation in Tehran on Aug. 7. His death was originally reported on an al-Qaeda-linked social media account.
On 31 October, Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) announced that intelligence veteran Hamid Mirza’i died of COVID-19. He was the Foreign Intelligence Directorate chief of the IRGC Intelligence Organization, according to an expose of last year.