London, 15 Nov – It was revealed recently that Iran is manufacturing its missiles in Syria, Iraq and other middle eastern countries.
Iran has been manufacturing missiles outside of its borders to avoid Israeli suspicion.
The source for this information, Hussein Sheikh al-Islam, the advisor to the Iranian foreign affairs minister, refused to give too much information on the production of ballistic missiles.
He said: “Manufacturing and producing Iranian missiles is not limited to Syria. It includes areas surrounding Israel.”
This news comes shortly after Iran’s Staff Major General Mohammad Bagheri announced that a missile building factory had been established in Aleppo.
An organisation, affiliated with the Iranian Revolutionary Guards, revealed that Houthi militias have used these missiles but the Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammed Javad Zarif has denied the claims.
The Iranian Resistance has called on the UN Security Council to impose restrictions on Mahan Air, an airline company that reportedly transfers weapons, equipment and Revolutionary Guards’ members to Syria; a clear violation of the UN Security Council resolutions.