The Israeli newspaper "Yediot Ahronot" on Tuesday that the fighter "F-35" Israeli bombed sites in Iraq 10 days ago.
"The bombed base is the military base closest to Syria and used by Iran to bring weapons through Iraq to Syria and Lebanon to work against Israel," military analyst Ron Ben Yishai was quoted as saying by Yediot Ahronot.
He explained that the site was bombed following what he described as "pro-Iranian militias in Iraq."
The news comes a day after Iraqi sources denied the authenticity of the media reports that the bombing of "Ashraf" Camp , east of the capital Baghdad, by Israeli aircraft or other.
The source told RT that "some English-speaking media talked about information about the bombing of Israeli aircraft to "Ashraf" Camp , which is the presence of the Badr Organization led by Hadi Amiri, but this did not happen."
Translation: Adar Press.