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Not nuclear sites: media reveal what Israel attacked in Iran last night

Olha LipychWorld
Main target for Israel in Iran on April 19 revealed

The target of the Israeli strike on Iran on the morning of April 19 was an Iranian military base near a nuclear facility, not the facility itself, as previously reported by the media. The base is located near the city of Natanz in Isfahan Province.

This was reported by Fox News with reference to high-ranking military sources in the United States. The journalists' interlocutors clarified that several strikes were made on the main target of the Israelis.

Not nuclear sites: media reveal what Israel attacked in Iran last night

According to the sources, Iran's Russian-made air defense system was ineffective.

"The Israelis hit what they intended to hit," the source said.

According to the newspaper, Israel targeted air defense systems at the military base, which are used to protect nearby nuclear facilities. The IDF used missiles and drones to carry out the strikes.

According to the source, the Israelis wanted to convince the Iranians that they "can reach out and touch" them.

Not nuclear sites: media reveal what Israel attacked in Iran last night

Early in the morning of April 19, Israel launched missiles in response to Iran's strike. Flights to Tehran, Isfahan and Shiraz were suspended after reports of an explosion.

Iranian authorities said that air defense systems were activated in several areas, "shooting down several drones" and denied information about a missile attack on the country.

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said that Iran's nuclear facilities were not damaged during the Israeli attack.

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