Conflict between Iran and Israel – explosions in Iraq, air defense ready in Syria


The Iranian army attacked Israel directly for the first time on Sunday evening. According to US President Joe Biden, “almost all” of the 300 drones and missiles were intercepted. Observers now expect a counterattack from Israel. The Syrian air defenses have already been activated.

Explosions were reported in Kurdish northern Iraq. On Sunday night, about twenty rockets are said to have fallen in Erbil province, where there is an American consulate and an American military base. Warning sirens were said to be heard near the consulate. According to the opposition-affiliated Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, air defenses were also activated in Iran’s ally Syria.

The Israeli army has cover
Army spokesman Daniel Hagari remained tight-lipped about Israel’s response. Further measures are being discussed, he said. The armed forces remain fully operational. Both Israel and Jordan reopened their airspace early on Sunday.

As reported, Iranian forces attacked Israel directly for the first time on Sunday evening. It is said that 99 percent of the bullets have been intercepted. According to Hagari, Israel’s air defense has been working with “the air force and air defense of our partners,” such as the United States. Ballistic missiles struck the area of ​​Nevatim air base, causing minor damage to infrastructure.

Attacks from Iraq and Yemen
According to initial information, a ten-year-old nomad was seriously injured in the major attack. According to Hagari, there were also attacks from Iraq and Yemen, but they did not reach Israel. Dozens of rockets were fired from Lebanon into northern Israel. No one was injured.

The Iranian operation, called ‘Sincere Promise’, was a retaliation attack for the killing of senior military officers in Syria. On April 1, two brigade generals were killed in a suspected Israeli airstrike on the grounds of the Iranian embassy in the Syrian capital Damascus.

Source: Krone


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