“The operation was carried out in reaction to an Israeli drone attack on the Mahidasht region (in western Kermanshah province),” an expert told the source.
Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) fired 10 ballistic missiles on Sunday at a strategic center belonging to the Tel Aviv regime’s spy agency in Erbil, the capital of Iraq’s Kurdistan region.
The Iranian elite forces chose Erbil to attack Israel’s position, because the aforementioned aggression by the Tel Aviv regime was also carried out from that same city. According to the source, the center attacked by the IRGC was where the Zionists held meetings under heavy protection provided by the special forces.
The attack took place after Tehran denounced, at various stages and through different channels, the Israeli regime’s hostile acts against it, committed from Iraqi Kurdistan.
Unfortunately, these documented warnings were not heeded by the relevant local authorities, as highlighted by the Al-Alam channel report.
“The Zionists were punished with 10 Iranian Fateh-class precision missiles, including the Fateh 110,” a source familiar with the matter confirmed to the local Tasnim news agency.
The IRGC warned the “criminal” Zionist regime that “the repetition of any evil will meet harsh, decisive and destructive responses.”
The Persian country, in addition, defended its inherent right to respond and defend itself against such crimes, according to Article 51 of the Charter of the United Nations Organization, at any time it deems appropriate.