Hezbollah says three members killed amid reported Israeli drone strike in Syria

Three Hezbollah terrorists and a Syrian were killed on Friday in an alleged Israeli drone strike on their car in the south of Syria, says a UK-based war monitor

“A Syrian and three Lebanese Hezbollah fighters from the surveillance and missile-launching unit were killed in the Israeli drone strike on their rented car” in Madinat al-Baath town in the province of Quneitra, close to the Israeli-annexed Golan Heights, the UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights head Rami Abdel Rahman told AFP.

The organization, run by a single person, has regularly been accused by Syrian war analysts of false reporting.

Later Friday, Hezbollah said that three of its fighters had been killed, without giving any further details.

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