Israel’s War On Gaza: Iran Fires Over 300 , Missiles, Drones At Israel

2 mins read

More than 300 drones and missiles launched at it from Iran, Iraq and Yemen, adding that the vast majority of them have been intercepted Israel says.

Iran says it carried out the attack in response to an Israeli raid on the Iranian consulate in Syria on April 1 and says the matter can now “be deemed concluded”.

Israeli Foreign Minister Israel Katz says the threat to attack Iran after its retaliatory response continues to hold.

In an interview with the Army Radio, Katz said: “We said that if Iran attacks Israel, we will attack it back and this is still effective. We need to deepen our cooperation with our allies. I will lead a political attack against Iran.”

Immigration Minister Ofir Sofer told Israeli Army Radio: “Iran’s audacity in such an attack must be erased.”

The Iranian mission to the United Nations earlier warned, “Should the Israeli regime make another mistake, Iran’s response will be considerably more severe,” adding the United States must “stay away”.

Recommended for you: Gov Umo Eno Orders Exhumation Of Makeup Artist’s Body From Riverside For Proper Burial

Noting Israel’s deadly attack on its consulate in Syria, Iran also said now it “deemed the matter concluded”.

The international community has reacted with alarm after Iran launched explosive drones and fired missiles at Israel in its first direct attack on Israeli territory.

World leaders have expressed fears the conflict could lead to further escalation in the volatile Middle East, calling for all sides to exercise maximum restraint.

In Gaza, at least 19 Palestinians were killed and more than 200 wounded in six major Israeli attacks, while in the occupied West Bank, Israeli settlers continued attacks on Palestinians and their homes, wounding at least 19 people.

At least 33,686 Palestinians have been killed and 76,309 wounded in Israeli attacks on Gaza since October 7. The death toll in Israel from Hamas’s October 7 attacks stands at 1,139, with dozens of people still held captive.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Latest from Blog