Israel was reportedly behind a drone strike in Iran last night.
FOX News reported on the attack but could not confirm who was behind the attack.
An explosion at an Iranian military facility on Saturday evening, which officials said was the result of a drone attack, came just days after the United States and Israel conducted joint military drills in the region.
Iranian officials announced Saturday that bomb-carrying drones targeted a “workshop” operating for the Iranian defense ministry in the central city of Isfahan, causing some damage. Officials did not reveal what the factory produced and said the raid was a “failure”.
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“One (drone) … was hit by air defenses and the other two got caught in defense nets and exploded. Fortunately, this failed attack caused no casualties and caused minor damage to the roof of the workshop,” Iranian defense officials said in a statement, according to state news agency IRNA…
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Mehrdad Khalili, director of IRNA in Lebanon, denied the reports.
“There is no truth in explosions occurring in different areas of Iranian territory,” he wrote. Translated tweet. “The single incident was to prevent a drone attack on a Ministry of Defense factory.”
No individual, country or entity claimed responsibility for Saturday’s attack.
However, Reuters reported earlier today that Israel is expected to be behind the attack.
Israel was behind an overnight drone attack on an Iranian military factory, a US official said on Sunday.
Iran claimed to have intercepted drones that hit a military industrial target near the central city of Isfahan and said there were no casualties or serious damage.
The amount of damage cannot be ascertained independently. Iranian state media released footage showing a flash in the sky and emergency vehicles at the scene.
This is not good. In late December, Iran promised to destroy Tel Aviv if Israel struck its nuclear strike sites.
Iran threatens to “raze Tel Aviv to the ground” if Israel strikes nuclear sites
This looks like a very dangerous situation in the always dangerous Middle East.