Another drone attack was organized against the US base in Syria.

According to information obtained from local sources, the Shaddadi base south of Hasakah, where US troops are stationed, was attacked by an unknown drone with explosives on board.

It is not known whether there were casualties in the attack.

The US has not yet made a statement on the incident.

In Syria, the US military bases in the Tenef region, the Malikiyya district near the Iraqi border, the Shaddadi district of Hasakah province and the Deir Ezzor province have recently been attacked by drones and armed unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) with an unknown identity and ground-to-surface weapons.

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Deir Ezzor lands east of the Euphrates River are under the occupation of the US-backed terrorist organization PKK/YPG, while the provincial center and other rural areas are under the control of the Bashar al-Assad regime and Iran-backed groups.

Iranian-backed groups occasionally attack US bases on the eastern bank of the Euphrates River with rockets and UCAVs.


On October 19, 2023, Iranian state television broadcast a report on how, if Israel's attacks on Gaza were not halted, Tehran could be attacked by its allies in the region, the so-called "resistance forces".

The video showed on a map that Israel would be simultaneously targeted by Hezbollah from the north, militias in Iraq and Syria from the east, and the Houthis in Yemen from the south with missiles and drones.

Iran has repeatedly called at the highest level for an end to Israel's attacks on Gaza.

In a speech on October 17, 2023, Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said that the "forces of resistance" would take action if Israel's attacks continued.

Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian also said on October 19, 2023 that the conflict could spread to the region.

Iran has called Lebanon's Hezbollah, the militias it supports in Syria and Iraq, and the Houthis in Yemen "resistance forces".

Editor: David Goodman