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US launches retaliatory strikes in Syria following Jordan attack

Courtesy: Geo News
Video: Fox News/YouTube

US strikes targeted more than 85 Syrian locations linked to Iran’s Revolutionary Guards and the militias they support

The United States has hit different areas in Syria with precision airstrikes in response to the recent drone attack that claimed the lives of three US soldiers at a remote base in Jordan.

The Pentagon, though yet to issue an official statement, has reportedly authorised these strikes as a retaliatory measure.

The US operation, employing more than 125 munitions, targeted over 85 locations associated with Iran’s Revolutionary Guards and the militias they support. The strikes focused on command and control centres, rockets, missiles, drone storage facilities, logistics, and munition supply chain facilities.

While the strikes did not extend into Iranian territory, they do raise concerns about escalating tensions in the already volatile Middle East. The ongoing conflict between Israel and Palestinian Hamas militants, coupled with the aftermath of the deadly attack in Jordan, adds a layer of complexity to the regional dynamics.

The airstrikes are perceived as the initial step in what is expected to be a multi-tiered response by the Biden administration.

Syrian state media reported casualties and injuries resulting from what they termed an “American aggression” in Syria’s desert areas and along the Syrian-Iraqi border. The precision strikes underline the US military’s intent to target specific locations without causing widespread collateral damage.

The Biden administration, cautious not to escalate the situation into a full-blown conflict, stressed its commitment to protecting US interests while avoiding unnecessary confrontation.

Before the airstrikes, President Joe Biden participated in a solemn military ritual at a Delaware air base for the return of the fallen soldiers. The dignified transfer, marked by a silent march and emotional gravity, highlights the human cost of the conflict and the somber responsibility of the Commander-in-Chief.

As tensions persist in the region, the repercussions of these airstrikes reverberate across diplomatic channels. The United States, having withdrawn from major foreign conflicts, faces the delicate challenge of maintaining stability while responding resolutely to threats.

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