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Iraqi resistance strikes 'vital Israeli target’ in occupied Golan Heights

File photo of Israeli troops in Syria's Tel Aviv-occupied Golan Heights

Iraq’s Islamic resistance has launched two separate attacks against Israeli targets in the occupied Syrian Golan Heights and northern Iraq.

In a statement released in early Thursday morning, the group announced it conducted an operation against a "vital and key" target in the south of the Israeli regime's "Eliad" settlement in the occupied Golan.

Some reports said an Israeli drone base was targeted in the attack.

The resistance, an umbrella group of anti-terror fighters, said it carried out the attack using “appropriate weapons” in support of the Gaza Strip which has endured 82 days of an unrelenting Israeli genocidal war.

Israeli media, meanwhile, reported that a "kamikaze drone" had hit a building located in southern Golan.

Israel's Channel 12 claimed that if it was confirmed that the drone operation had originated from Syria, it would be the first time since the beginning of the Gaza war that such an attack has taken place.

The Iraqi group also said it targeted a "technical and spying center" belonging to the Israeli regime in the northeast of the city of Erbil, the capital of the Kurdistan region in northern Iraq.

The Iraqi anti-terror group has been attacking targets belonging to the Israeli regime and the United States since October 7, when Tel Aviv began the war on Gaza with unwavering military and political support from Washington.

The Israeli targets included the port of Eilat located in the southernmost part of the occupied Palestinian territories and the Karish gas field in the Mediterranean Sea.

Ever since the onset of the Israeli war on Gaza, the Iraqi resistance has conducted more than 100 operations against American occupation forces in the region..

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