Two Israeli air bases struck by nine Iranian missiles : US official

At least nine Iranian missiles, which Israeli air defense failed to intercept, struck two of the regime’s air bases and caused damage, a senior American official told ABC News.

Five ballistic missiles hit the Nevatim Air Base, damaging a C-130 transport aircraft, said the official who spoke on condition of anonymity with the New York-based ABC News on Sunday.

The official also said that four more ballistic missiles hit the Negev Air Base, but added that there were no reports of “significant” damage.

while , The Israeli Army released footage of their interception of some incoming Iranian UAVs and cruise missiles

Read more : WATCH: Israeli Fighter Jets Taking Down Iranian Drones

Late on Saturday, Iran fired hundreds of missiles and drones at the Israeli regime’s targets in response to its strike on the Iranian consulate in the Syrian capital on April 1. The strike prompted Iran to promise retaliation


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