Syria launches missiles near Israel's nuclear reactor

Syria launches missiles near Israel's nuclear reactor
On Thursday morning, a missile fired at Israel from Syria heard the sound of sirens in the country's top-secret nuclear reactor. The Israeli army gave information about this. After the incident came to light, the Israeli army retaliated and attacked missile launchers and air defense systems in Syria. In recent times, missiles have also been fired at Israel from the Gaza Strip. In response, Israel attacked several targets in Hamas, which controlled Gaza.

The incident is one of the most violent incidents between Israel and Syria in recent years. There are indications about the incident that Iran also played a role in it. Iranian troops are present in Syria and there is an outpost here. Tehran has accused Israel of frequent attacks at its nuclear facility. The latest case dates back to April 11, when Iran's brutal nuclear facility was vandalized. Iran also accused Israel of this and vowed revenge. Iran also threatened to complicate efforts to revive the ongoing international nuclear deal with the US leadership.

The Israeli military said it deployed a missile defense system. But it did not confirm whether any missiles were detected through it. However, the army did say that there was no damage from the attack. At the same time, sirens of air strikes were heard in Abu Krinat, a few kilometers from the desert town of Dimona, in the Negev desert. Israel's nuclear reactor is located in Dimona. The sound of explosions heard in Israel must come from the air defense system.

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