Iraqi Group Attacks Vital Targets In Israel’s Eilat, Drone Base In Golan (Videos)

The Islamic Resistance in Iraq , launched on May 20 three more drone attacks against Israel in response to the ongoing war on the Palestinian enclave of the Gaza Strip.

In three separate statements, the group said it struck two “vital targets” in the southernmost Israeli city of Eilat as well as a drone base of the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) in the occupied Syrian Golan Heights.


The group released a single video showing the launch of what appears to be an Iranian-made Shahed-101 at the Golan.

On the day of the attacks, the IDF announced in a statement that its fighter jets shot down a “suspicious aerial target,” thought to be a drone, that was heading toward Israel from the direction of Syria.

The apparent drone was downed outside of Israeli airspace, according to the IDF, and alerts were activated in open areas in the Golan Heights

Separately, fighter jets and one of the Navy’s Sa’ar 4.5-class missile corvette shot down two more targets heading toward Israel from the “eastern direction,” the IDF added

The apparent drones did enter Israeli airspace and no sirens sounded. Amid the incident, people in Eilat reported seeing interceptions.


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