Mohammed Allahdadi died because... he left his cell phone on
Hey youngsters - you have to turn your cell phone off
once in a while.
An Iranian general killed in an alleged Israeli air strike last Sunday in Syria may have died because he did not turn off his cellphone.
The Lebanese newspaper Al-Joumhouria
reported on Saturday that a Hezbollah investigation into the strike
found that the Iranian Revolutionary Guard General Mohammed Allahdadi
kept his cellphone on in a sensitive area targeted by Israeli
According to the report, Allahdadi was in the
Quneitra area on the Syrian side of the Golan Heights on Sunday with
Hezbollah personnel at outposts that the Syrians and the Iranian built
in order to counter Syrian rebels along with Syrian army forces. A few
days before Allahdadi's visit a joint "operations room" was established
Allahdadi reportedly was killed along with his personal assistant, his driver and a more junior Iranian officer.
people total were killed in the airborne attack, including Jihad
Mughniyeh the son of the late Hezbollah military leader and Imad
Mughniyeh Mohammed Issa, the head of Hezbollah's operation in war-torn
Syria and Iraq. Hezbollah, the Shiite militant group which is backed by
Iran and fought a 34-day war with Israel in 2006, said six of its
members died in the strike.
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