Report: Israel May Retaliate Monday After Iran’s Missile Attack

By Yoni Weiss

An anti-missile system fires interception missiles at drones and missiles fired from Iran, as seen over Yerushalayim, early Sunday. (Jamal Awad/Flash90)

American officials believe Israel may soon respond to Iran’s significant missile and drone attack, possibly even on Monday, as reported by the Wall Street Journal.

The majority of these were successfully intercepted in a joint effort by Israel, the U.S., the U.K., France, and various Arab nations, complementing Israel’s own defense mechanisms like David’s Sling and the Arrow missile systems.

In the aftermath, the U.S. has urged Israel to consider the high interception rate a victory and to refrain from retaliating. Discussions within Israel’s Security Cabinet suggest that a potential military strike against Iran could occur soon, potentially as early as Monday.

Despite Tehran’s extensive aerial assault, described as one of the largest in recent history, the effectiveness of the coordinated defense efforts highlighted Israel’s ability to overcome diplomatic challenges related to its policies in Gaza and refocus on the Iranian threat.

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