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Israel hits, and Iran’s foreign minister declares that an “immediate and at a maximum level” military reaction will follow.

According to today’s headlines, two U.S. officials have confirmed that an Israeli missile has struck Iran. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had promised to respond to the drone and missile attack against Israel last weekend, and this strike is in retaliation.

Concerning the location and scope of the Israeli hit, officials remained silent. The Israel Defense Forces declined to comment on the attack when contacted by today’s headline news.

According to the state-run Iranian news agency IRNA, air defense batteries went off in multiple locations. People in the vicinity reported hearing the noises, but it did not go into detail as to what caused the batteries to catch fire.

Specifically, IRNA said that air defenses opened fire at a significant air base in Isfahan, which has long housed Iran’s fleet of F-14 Tomcats, manufactured in the United States and acquired before the Islamic Revolution of 1979.

The sound of explosions was also reported by the semiofficial Fars and Tasnim news agencies, but no reason was given. “Loud noise” was acknowledged on state television in the vicinity.

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Sites connected to Iran’s nuclear program are also located in Isfahan, including the subterranean Natanz enrichment plant, which has been the subject of multiple attacks by what are believed to be Israeli forces. State television, however, characterized every location in the region as “fully safe.”

over 4:30 a.m. local time, the airline’s Emirates and FlyDubai, based in Dubai, started making detours over western Iran. Although local advisories to pilots indicated that the airspace might have been blocked, they did not explain.

Later, Iran declared that commercial aircraft were being grounded in Tehran as well as in parts of its central and western regions. Customers at Tehran’s Imam Khomeini International Airport were alerted to the situation by loudspeakers, according to alleged internet videos.

Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps lost seven officers, including two generals, in a fatal attack on their embassy in Syria last weekend, prompting Iran to undertake an extraordinary retaliation strike against Israel.

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According to IDF and US officials, Iran attacked Israel with 170 drones, more than 30 cruise missiles, and 120 ballistic missiles. According to the IDF, none of the drones entered Israeli land before Israel and its allies—including the United States—shot them down.

According to U.S. sources quoted in today’s headlines, five of the ballistic missiles hit Israel, with four of them striking the Israeli F-35s’ home base at Nevatim Air Base. Given that an F-35 is thought to have carried out the strike against the Syrian consulate, the officials surmise that the facility was probably Iran’s main target.

Netanyahu has been advised by the United States and other Israeli allies to be cautious in any possible reaction to Iran. Officials from the United States have declared that their nation will not take part in any Israeli counterattack.

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President Biden urged the Israeli prime minister, “to think about what that success says all by itself to the rest of the region,” following Iran’s attack, which the IDF said caused “very little damage,” according to National Security Council spokesman John Kirby.

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