Soleimani's son-in-law is smuggling weapons from Iran for Hezbollah

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Slain IRGC commander Qassem Soleimani's son-in-law is smuggling weapons for Hezbollah from Iran via Syria. According to the IDF, he uses private jets for this. It is specified that this practice endangers civilians in Damascus, where the international airport used by the terrorists is located. The head of the Arab media relations department in the IDF, Avihai Adrai, described in detail the operation behind Syed Reza Hashim Safi a-Din, the husband of Soleimani's daughter. Syed is the son of the head of the executive committee of Hezbollah, who is also called a potential heir to Hassan Nasrallah. Soleimani's son-in-law visits Iran several times a month, where his wife lives. During his time there, he coordinates the smuggling of advanced weapons to the terrorist group using the infrastructure, resources, and network of activists he leads. “Terrorist organization” Hezbollah ” uses the Lebanese state and its citizens for terrorism that serves the interests of Iran. The IDF will continue to monitor the terrorist group's attempts to undermine the security of the State of Israel and will act as necessary,” an IDF spokesman said.

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