On Saturday, a contingent of military reinforcements from the Iranian Revolutionary Guard reached the city of al-Boukamal in the eastern outskirts of Deir-ez-Zor, having entered from Iraqi territory.
In accordance with reliable sources, these military reinforcements, consisting of more than 50 individuals with both Iraqi and Lebanese nationalities, arrived in al-Boukamal in civilian vehicles, crossing the Syrian-Iraqi border in separate groups.
These sources further detailed that the personnel have established themselves at the Iranian Revolutionary Guard’s military facility near Al-Fayhaa Hospital in al-Boukamal. Subsequently, they were transported to the towns of Al-Quria and Al-Tayba in the eastern Deir-ez-Zor countryside via military vehicles.
On November 3rd, the Iraqi Popular Mobilization Forces also dispatched military reinforcements from Iraq to Syria. The “Ain al-Furat” website reported that over 100 individuals entered Syrian territory through the Al-Sakak and al-Boukamal border crossings, under the protection of vehicles affiliated with the Iranian security office based in al-Boukamal.
Iranian militias have a presence in the Syrian desert region, spanning Homs, Hama, Raqqa, and Deir-ez-Zor. Iran has been using this region as a conduit to transport military reinforcements and weaponry to various parts of Syria and Lebanon.
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