Iran attack: Everything we know so far on Tehran’s drone and missile strike on Israel | World News

In a shocking turn of events, Iran has launched a drone and missile strike on Israel, raising tensions in the already volatile Middle East region. The attack, which took place on Thursday evening, targeted several locations in Israel, including a military base and a civilian area.

According to reports, the attack was carried out by Iran-backed militias in Syria, using drones and missiles to strike Israeli territory. The Israeli military responded by launching airstrikes on the militias’ positions in Syria, killing several militants in the process.

So far, there have been no reports of casualties in Israel as a result of the attack. However, the Israeli military has warned that the situation is still developing and that they are prepared to respond to any further aggression from Iran.

The attack comes amidst escalating tensions between Iran and Israel, with both countries engaging in a war of words in recent weeks. Iran has repeatedly threatened to retaliate against Israel for its alleged role in the assassination of a top Iranian nuclear scientist last year.

In response to the attack, Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett has vowed to defend Israel’s security and sovereignty, stating that the country will not tolerate any aggression from its enemies. He also called on the international community to condemn Iran’s actions and hold the regime accountable for its aggression.

The United States has also condemned the attack, with Secretary of State Antony Blinken stating that the US stands with Israel in its right to defend itself against Iranian aggression. He called on Iran to cease its destabilizing activities in the region and to engage in constructive dialogue with its neighbors.

As the situation continues to unfold, it is clear that tensions between Iran and Israel remain high. The international community will be closely watching to see how both countries respond to the latest escalation in violence, and whether efforts can be made to de-escalate the situation before it spirals out of control.