The Israeli army publishes a map of the locations of sirens

Israeli army spokesman, Avichay Adraee, said that warning sirens sounded in some areas of Israel, after Iran and its agents launched an air attack on Israel.

Adraee published a map showing the areas where sirens are sounded, stressing that air defense systems are working at full capacity to intercept threats everywhere.

Iran launched an attack with marches towards Israel on Saturday night, according to what the Israeli army and the Iranian Revolutionary Guard announced, in the first direct attack of this kind launched by Tehran against Israel, about two weeks after the bombing of the Iranian consulate in Damascus.

At the same time, Iran’s allies in the region, the Lebanese Hezbollah and the Houthis in Yemen, carried out attacks against Israel, the first through “Katyusha missiles” launched in the direction of the occupied Golan Heights, and the second through marches toward Israeli territory.

A map of the siren sounding areas published by the Israeli army spokesman, Avichay Adraee

Israeli army spokesman Daniel Hagari said, “Iran launched marches from its territory towards Israel.”

He continued, “We are working closely with the United States and our partners in the region to take action against and intercept drone operations.”

An Israeli military official said that Iran launched “more than a hundred marches” towards Israel.

Hagari considered the attack a “dangerous escalation.”

Several explosions were heard in the airspace of Jerusalem, followed by sirens, according to what journalists at Agence France-Presse reported, after Iran announced that it had launched an attack with drones and missiles on Israel.

A Reuters witness in Jerusalem heard explosions resulting from aerial interceptions of drones launched by Iran, which were broadcast by a local television station.

The US Embassy in Jerusalem on Saturday advised all US government employees to remain in their places until further notice, after Iran began launching drones and missiles at Israel.

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