Israeli Helicopters Targeted 6 Hizbullah and Iranian Officers as Warning: Golan is Out of Bounds

January 2015
Israel Faxx;1/19/2015, Vol. 23 Issue 17W, p2
The article reports that several Iranian and Hizbullah officers traveling near Quneitra were killed after Israeli helicopters fired two missiles.


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