Smiling on the plane:
These are the terrorists who were eliminated in Syria

IDF unveils information about terrorists who were eliminated while trying to carry out drone attack.

Ido Ben Porat ,

The two terrorists on the flight to Iran
The two terrorists on the flight to Iran
IDF Spokesperson's Unit

The IDF on Monday morning unveiled new details about two of the terrorists who were eliminated in Syria while trying to carry out a drone attack planned and led by Qassem Soleimani, head of the Quds Force of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard.

The first operative killed is Hasan Yousif Zbib from Nabatieh in Lebanon, born in 1996. The second operative killed is Yasir Ahmad Dahir from the Lebanese village of Blida, born in 1997.

The operatives stayed in Iran many times over the past few years. As part of their stay, they underwent training through the Quds Force in operating unmanned aerial vehicles and killer drones.

The IDF posted photos depicting one of their flights to Iran via "Mahan Air", for training purposes.

The two operated during the last few weeks as part of the Shiite militias, under the command of the Quds Force, in order to carry out the drone attack against Israeli targets.

Photo: IDF Spokesperson's Unit

On Sunday, Soleimani threatened Israel on Twitter in response to the thwarting of the Iranian drone attack.

“These insane operations will surely be the last steps of the Zionist regime,” he wrote.

Also on Sunday, the IDF released footage from an attempted drone attack by Iranian-linked terrorists in southern Syria.

In the video, Iranian Quds Force members can be seen carrying one of the drones from the failed attack from its planned launch site adjacent to the Syrian village of Arneh.

IDF Chief of Staff Aviv Kochavi said on Sunday that Israel held Soleimani personally responsible for the planned attack on northern Israel over the weekend, adding that the attack would have included multiple unmanned warplanes against multiple targets in Israel.