Yesterday, EmunaNews hear at the Beams quoted a Sky News in Arabic report that a sensitive Iranian electronic warfare facility in Syria had been knocked out, with local sources reporting the explosions, and other reports from Beirut that Israeli jets had been spotted flying directly over the Lebanese capital. It turns out that those planes were Israel's newest jet fighters, the F35 "Adir", pictured above.
Just this morning, IAF Commander Maj. General Amikam Norkin said, "We can assume that there have been strikes since the last events in Syria (Operation "House of Cards" from May 8, 2018 - LB). We have maintained our freedom of action over Syria... and continue to work with determination to thwart the entrenchment of Iran and the arming of Hezbollah." In case you need a translation of the intentional Israeli ambiguity, it means, "Wedunnit". Good job, General Norkin, but Hashem dunnit - we thank Hashem for giving our pilots the skill and courage to strike our enemies and foil their evil designs.