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Iranian forces “mistakenly” bombed Neirab camp a few days ago

Published : 19-05-2019

Iranian forces “mistakenly” bombed Neirab camp a few days ago

Iranian forces stationed in Brigade 80 near Aleppo airport “accidently” bombed on May 14 Neirab camp for Palestinian refugees killing and injuring Palestinian civilians, media sources close to the Syrian regime and its affiliated group Liwa al-Quds reported.

Sources added that ongoing investigation revealed that members of the Iranian forces in the military brigade made a mistake in missile guidance system, causing the missile to miss its trajectory and land in the camp.

A delegation from the “Friends of Iran Forces” will head to Neirab camp this week to examine the damage caused by the bombing, the sources continued, noting that the regime-affiliated Liwa al-Quds group confirmed that perpetrators will be punished as to ensure this incident  never happens again.

Neirab camp was hit by four guided missiles claiming the lives of nine Palestinians. The state-run media sources laid the blame on Syrian opposition forces. It is noted that the location of Neirab camp, adjacent to Neirab military airport, made it a strategic site for both sides of the conflict in Syria. The camp came previously under fire and bombardment resulting in civilian casualties. Many of the camp’s residents died because of their involvement in the civil war.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8680

Iranian forces stationed in Brigade 80 near Aleppo airport “accidently” bombed on May 14 Neirab camp for Palestinian refugees killing and injuring Palestinian civilians, media sources close to the Syrian regime and its affiliated group Liwa al-Quds reported.

Sources added that ongoing investigation revealed that members of the Iranian forces in the military brigade made a mistake in missile guidance system, causing the missile to miss its trajectory and land in the camp.

A delegation from the “Friends of Iran Forces” will head to Neirab camp this week to examine the damage caused by the bombing, the sources continued, noting that the regime-affiliated Liwa al-Quds group confirmed that perpetrators will be punished as to ensure this incident  never happens again.

Neirab camp was hit by four guided missiles claiming the lives of nine Palestinians. The state-run media sources laid the blame on Syrian opposition forces. It is noted that the location of Neirab camp, adjacent to Neirab military airport, made it a strategic site for both sides of the conflict in Syria. The camp came previously under fire and bombardment resulting in civilian casualties. Many of the camp’s residents died because of their involvement in the civil war.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8680