Israel has on Thursday declared a state of emergency, as the amount of reported air strikes has escalated, most recently targeting their largest nuclear reactor.
The Israeli army summoned reserve, while sirens were heard in Tel Aviv.
In the past few hours, Israel has been hit by an air attack targeting the Dimona reactor in the western Negev desert.
Zionist media reported that the attack was carried out by a missile fired from Syria, and that it landed near the larger reactor and caused damage to it.
Israel admitted that the Dimona reactor had been attacked, noting that a surface-to-air or anti-aircraft missile landed near the reactor. The Zionist entity government in its statement tried to allay Israeli concerns about the repercussions of the missiles targeting some of Israel’s most important strategic facilities.
US media had suggested Iran was behind the attack, in response to the Zionist attack on the Natanz nuclear reactor a few days ago.
This came a day after the Haaretz newspaper revealed a huge explosion at a rocket production plant in central Israel, without giving further details.
The Shimon Peres Negev Nuclear Research Center in Dimona is a large-scale nuclear installation that has been operational since 1958, and is widely reported to be a pivotal part of the Zionist nuclear weapons program. The Zionist entity of Israel is believed to possess between 80 and 400 nuclear weapons.