Syria Missile Attack on Israel Nuclear Base: Syria Missile Attack on Israel Nuclear Base Latest Updates: Syrian Missile Attack on Israeli Nuclear Center

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Syria has found it expensive to fire missiles at Israel’s nuclear reactor. It is being told that the missile fell in Israel’s Negev desert on Thursday morning. In the same area is the Simeon Perez Negev Nuclear Research Center, where Israel built its first atomic bomb. After the Syrian missile attack, the top secret nuclear reactor of Israel heard the sound of a threat-prone siren. The Israeli army had made full arrangements for retaliation as soon as the news of the attack was received.

Israeli army fired several missiles on Syria
Reportedly, on the orders of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli military retaliated by blowing up several other targets, including the Syrian missile launcher. It is being told that it has become the most fierce conflict between Israel and Syria in the last several years. Iranian militia operating in Syria are believed to be behind this incident.

Iran threatened Israel with revenge
A few days ago, there was an explosion in Iran’s Natanz nuclear center, which Iran attributed to Israel. The Iranian foreign minister openly threatened Israel and vowed to avenge it. Therefore, experts have claimed Iran-backed militia to be behind this attack. He says that a presidential election is going to be held in Syria in a few days, in which case he will think 100 times before doing any such action against a powerful country like Israel.

Israel Iran Tension: Atomic bomb will not allow Iran to build, Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu shouted amid tension
Israel has 80 to 90 nuclear weapons
The Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, Sweden, which analyzes the state of weapons in the world and global security, has claimed in its new annual report for 2020 that Israel has between 80 and 90 nuclear bombs. Indeed, Israel fears that its biggest enemy Iran may not develop nuclear weapons.


Israel will not allow Iran to make nuclear bombs: Israel
Israeli PM Netanyahu has said many times that there is no more serious threat than Iran in the Middle East. Iran has not given up its desire to possess nuclear weapons and is repeatedly threatening for Israel’s destruction. As the Prime Minister of Israel, I will never allow Iran to obtain nuclear weapons to commit genocide.

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