The T-4 air base, long used by Iranian forces in Syria, is believed to have been the point from where an Iranian drone incursion into Israelwas launched on February 10.
Iran has no interest in maintaining the secular regime of Bashar Assad.
Iran financially and militarily underwrites the Assad regime. People clashed with security forces in cities large and small, chanting their disapproval of the waste of their money in Lebanon and Syria, and demanding regime change.
"This is the first time we saw Iran do something against Israel directly, not by proxy".
Unidentified aircraft bombed Syrian military bases on Saturday night, leaving several Iranian soldiers dead.
"The Institution for the Development of Pharmaceutical and Chemical Industries, located in the Barzeh neighborhood northeast of the Syrian capital, specialized in producing specific drugs which are direly in short supply amid Western sanctions", reported Press TV's website.
The target of the air strike was apparently an Iranian drone base.
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Syria now is in the hands of Russian Federation, mainly, then Turkey, and somehow Iran.
The inspectors were due to attempt to visit the site of the suspected gas attack in Douma on April 7, which medical relief organisations say killed dozens of people.
Analysts said the limited nature of the strike probably would not compel Russian Federation or Iran into taking significant action.
The bombings, hailed by US President Donald Trump as a success but denounced by Damascus and its allies as an act of aggression, marked the biggest intervention by Western countries against Assad and ally Russian Federation, whose Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov called them "unacceptable and lawless".
The frustrated Iranian public have no sympathy with Assad, nor with the Revolutionary Guard in Syria.
"Israel will receive the required responses sooner or later", he said, adding, "They can not take (such) an action and be exempt from punishment".
Meanwhile the clerics in Tehran will keep quiet over Syria at any price, in the hope of surviving Trump's anger.