Satellite photos which appeared to reveal a missile-making factory in northwest Syria were released on Wednesday by the Israeli ImageSat International.
“The construction patterns, the compound location and the activity signs at the compound and its region increase the probability that this is a missile manufacturing site,” the company said.
It stressed, however, it has no clear evidence that the site at Safita is operated by Iran, as Channel 12 news claimed last month.
Meanwhile, Israel’s ambassador to the U.N., Danny Danon, said Wednesday that “the state of Israel will not ignore the conversion of Syria and Lebanon into a military front against it and will act forcefully and aggressively against Tehran’s aggression.”
“The Security Council still does not recognize Hezbollah as a terrorist organization, despite the accumulation of evidence of clear, and cross-border, terrorist activity,” the ambassador wrote to the Council, and called on the UNSC to denounce Hezbollah’s activity that the IDF exposed, and to recognize it as a terrorist organization.