Iran's news agency reported on a new Syrian visit to Syria

DUBAI  A commander-in-chief who was killed in the United States on a visit to the head of an elite military force in eastern Syria is on a trip to the battlefield, the Iranian news agency reported on Saturday.    Esmail Ghani replaces Iran's most powerful military commander, Kesem Solemani, who guided his Allied forces in the conflict in the Middle East before being killed in a US missile strike at Baghdad airport.


DUBAI  A commander-in-chief who was killed in the United States on a visit to the head of an elite military force in eastern Syria is on a trip to the battlefield, the Iranian news agency reported on Saturday.


Esmail Ghani replaces Iran's most powerful military commander, Kesem Solemani, who guided his Allied forces in the conflict in the Middle East before being killed in a US missile strike at Baghdad airport.

Iran's semi-official Tasnim news agency reported that Ghani had visited Abu Kamal, a Syrian city bordering Iraq, in the past few days. It later deleted the report without explanation. Other Iranian news media made no mention of the trip.

Tasnim, who calls Ghani Islamic State fighters as agents of Israel and the United States, has made a common accusation against Iran.

Israel regularly states the position of Iran and its allies inside Syria. On Tuesday, the Syrian army responded to Israeli attacks on southern, central and eastern Syria, killing two soldiers.

Solimani-led Goods Force was instrumental in guiding militias fighting for Syria's President Bashar al-Assad during the nine-year war in Syria.

The bodies of two Revolutionary Guard members who were murdered in Syria four years ago were recently recovered after they were found, Iranian media reported on Saturday.

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