300 Drones, Missiles Fired As Iran Launches Retaliatory Attack On Israel

300 Drones, Missiles Fired As Iran Launches Retaliatory Attack On Israel

  • Israel has confirmed that no less than 300 drones and missiles were intercepted on its airspace by its military
  • The Middle East country disclosed that the drones and missiles were launched from Iran, Iraq and Yemen
  • Iran, however, confirmed the launching of the drones, stating that the attacks were in retaliation to the attack on its consulate in Syria

Israel has claimed that over 300 drones and missiles were launched at it from Iran, Iraq and Yemen, adding that many of them were intercepted by its military.

Iran noted that the attack was carried out in response to a raid by the Israeli forces on its consulate in Syria on April 1, and the matter can now be considered concluded.

Israel said its military intercepted over 300 drones and missiles from Iran, Iraq and Yemen overnight
Iran launches retaliation attack on Israel Photo Credit: Gettyimages
Source: UGC

Aljazeera further reported that no less than 19 Palestinians were killed and over 200 wounded in six major attacks in Gaza by the Israeli forces. In the same vein, Israeli settlers have continued to attack Palestinians and their homes, with at least 19 people injured.

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According to Reuters, United States President Joe Biden spoke with his counterpart in Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, stating that a meeting with leaders of the Group of Seven major economies would be conveyed on Sunday, April 14, to coordinate a diplomatic response to what he described as an Iran's brazen attack.

This is coming six months into Israel's attacks on the Palestinian land, Gaza, and amid the growing tension of possible regional war. The medium quoted a White House senior official who disclosed that the US President also told Netanyahu that his country would oppose any counterattack from Israel against Iran.

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YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Ghanaian residents in Israel say they feel safe despite the escalating conflict triggered by the terrorist group Hamas.

A Ghanaian who claims to be in touch with the Ghanaian community in the Jewish state suggests a state-sponsored evacuation may not be successful.

Seth Cudjoe said the Ghanaian Embassy in Israel has constantly communicated with the Ghanaian community and provided safety tips.

Source: Legit.ng

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