The information was confirmed by Israeli and Egyptian security officials. It follows scores of reports the past few days Iranian soldiers have been aiding Hizbullah terrorists in Lebanon in their attacks against Israel, including help with the firing of rockets into Israeli population centers.
The Lebanese sources said between six and nine deceased Iranian Revolutionary Guard soldiers were brought in trucks last week into Syria for flight back to Iran. They said the bodies were transported along with the tens of thousands of Lebanese civilians fleeing the country into Syria.
Since Israel began its military campaign in Lebanon two weeks ago following a Hizbullah attack on the Jewish state in which two Israeli soldiers were kidnapped, Syrian authorities have reported more than 140,000 Lebanese have entered their country, mostly through open areas in the Syria-Lebanon border.
Israel: Hizbullah using Iranian missiles
WND reported earlier this month Israeli security officials said they have "concrete information" hundreds of Iranian soldiers stationed at Hizbullah positions in Lebanon have aided in efforts to fire missiles into the Jewish state.
The Israeli officials said Iranian guards directed the firing two weeks ago of a radar-guided C–802 missile that hit an Israeli navy vessel off the coast of Lebanon, killing four soldiers. Israel says Iran acquired the missile from China.
The officials said the Iranian soldiers' duties include keeping custody of long-range missiles within Hizbullah's arsenal, including Zalzal rockets which are said to have a range of 125 miles, placing Tel Aviv within firing range.
Jordanian officials told WND they are "100 percent sure" Iranian Revolutionary Guard unit soldiers have fired rockets into Israel. They also said the Syrian army has provided Hizbullah with intelligence information on the locations of strategic Israeli targets to aid in Hizbullah rocket fire.
A Ba'ath party official operating out of the Golan Heights told WND he has information Iranian soldiers have been firing rockets into Israel.
A senior Egyptian security official told WND it would be "very logical" if Iranian Revolutionary Guard soldiers have been helping Hizbullah fire the rockets.
'Hizbullah trying to transfer kidnapped soldiers to Iran'
Israel has long maintained Iranian Revolutionary Guard units have traveled regularly to south Lebanon to help train local Hizbullah fighters in terrorist tactics and to fortify Hizbullah positions along Israel's northern border.
At times, Revolutionary Guard soldiers could be seen operating openly at Hizbullah outposts in plain view from the Israeli side, military officials say.
Iran and Syria are the largest financial sponsors of Hizbullah. Israel says many Hizbullah rockets were made in or upgraded by Iran.
Earlier, Israeli Foreign Ministry Spokesman Mark Regev said Israel has information Hizbullah was trying to transfer the two soldiers it kidnapped to Iran.
Reprinted with permission of WorldNetDaily