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Israeli Military Conducts Missile Strikes Against Iran

The Israeli military has conducted missile strikes against Iran, a senior U.S. military official told NPR on Thursday. There are also reports of explosions in Iraq and Syria. This escalation follows an Iranian attack on Sunday, where Tehran fired hundreds of drones and missiles at Israel.

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Iran state news agency IRNA reported a military official in the central Iranian city of Isfahan, Brigadier General Mihan Dost, as saying loud sounds heard east of the city were the sound of air defenses intercepting what he called a “suspicious target” and that no damage was reported in the area.

Iranian news has not reported any such strike and has concluded the sounds reported near Isfahan were the interception of one or more drones. Israel’s military has not yet responded to NPR’s request for comment. The International Atomic Energy Agency has confirmed on social media that there is no damage to Iran’s nuclear sites.

Concerns and Conflicts in the Region

The U.S. and other western allies had been urging Israel to forego a military strike to avoid a regional conflict springing out of the Israel-Hamas war. Those concerns rose when an airstrike – which Iran blamed on Israel – killed two Iranian military commanders in the country’s consulate in Damascus, Syria, on April 1.

Iran said Sunday’s attack on Israel was in response to that. The region has been on the edge of wider conflict since Hamas attacked Israel Oct. 7, which Israel says killed 1,200 people, and Israel’s subsequent invasion of Gaza, which has killed more than 30,000 people according to Gaza health officials.

Israel and Iran-backed Hezbollah have traded frequent fire over the northern Israel border. Houthi militants, also backed by Iran, have been going after international commercial vessels passing through the Red Sea in recent months. The group’s leaders claim they’re targeting ships with links to Israel in response to the country’s ongoing invasion of Gaza.

This is a developing story and will be updated.

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