Iran: Comprehensive attack on Israel launched

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In a press statement, Israeli Army Spokesperson Daniel Hagari announced that dozens of drones that took off from Iran were heading towards Israel.

Stating that the Israeli air and naval forces are tracking drones that could take hours to reach Israel, Hagari said that there may be disruptions in the GPS system across the country.

Hagari stated that the attack alarms in Israel will only sound when the drones are heading towards targets, and that they will try to intercept the drones as soon as possible.

Before Hagari’s announcement, Israeli state television KAN reported that Iran had launched dozens of drone attacks on Israel.

Israeli authorities assessed the attacks on military targets. It was reported that the Israeli war cabinet and then the security cabinet will meet tonight at the Defense Ministry in Tel Aviv.

The Israeli Prime Minister’s state plane took off amid fears that it could be hit in the attack.

According to Israel’s Channel 12, Israeli airspace was closed until 01.00 tonight.

Aircraft that took off from the United Arab Emirates in the direction of Israel turned back from their routes, reflected on airborne radar systems.

As of now, the flight traffic in the Middle East is as follows:

On April 1, Israel launched an airstrike on Iran’s consulate building in the embassy compound in Damascus. In the attack, 7 members of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps, including 2 generals, were killed.

Iranian leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei stated that Israel’s attack on the Iranian consulate in Damascus amounted to an attack on his country’s territory and said, “The evil regime has made a mistake, it must be punished and will be punished.”

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