New escalation between the U.S-led International Coalition and Iranian militias in Syria

DAYRO ZCURO, Syria —  In retaliation of the recent U.S. air strikes in Syria, the Iranian militias launched another attack on the U.S. bases in Syria.

Earlier, an Iranian advisor warned the U.S. forces that Iran can respond if targeted in Syria.

Regarding the second Iranian attack, the U.S. Department of Defense Press Secretary, the Pentagon, Arlington, Virginia Patrick Ryder stated that the U.S. Green Village military base was attacked with 15 missiles.

He added that the attack did not result in injuries or casualties among the U.S. military or Coalition personnel, nor did it lead to damage to equipment and facilities.

U.S. President Joe Biden declared that the U.S. does not seek a conflict with Iran, but it is ready to do everything in its power to protect its people.

The Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) of North and East Syria issued a statement, explaining the results of the recent Iranian attack, saying that Dhiban town in the eastern countryside of Dayro Zcuro (Deir ez-Zor) was bombed with 10 rockets, coming from areas under the control of the Syrian regime , on the western bank of the Euphrates River.

Two shells hit a civilian house, injuring a woman and her daughter.

The SDF condemned the indiscriminate and deliberate Iranian attack on civilian-populated areas, and called for the need not to obstruct the fight against the Islamic State (ISIS).

The SDF also extended condolences to family of the U.S. contractor who lost his life during the first Iranian attack, and wished a speedy recovery for the injured.