Publish date15 Apr 2024 - 19:28
Story Code : 631892

Countering Iran's overnight response costs Israel $1.35bn: Israeli media

Israel’s interception of dozens of Iranian missiles and drones overnight cost Tel Aviv up to 5 billion shekels ($1.35 billion), Israeli media reported on Sunday, Anadolu Agency reports.
Countering Iran
“I am only talking about interception to what the Iranians launched and not injuries that were marginal this time,” he claimed.
“One ‘Arrow’ missile used to intercept an Iranian ballistic missile costs $3.5 million, while the cost of one ‘Magic Wand’ missile is $1 million, in addition to the sorties of aircraft that participated in intercepting the Iranian drones,” Aminach said.
Earlier on Sunday, the Israeli newspaper Haaretz quoted the Israeli army spokesman Daniel Hagari as saying that about 350 missiles and drones were launched from Iran at Israel.

On 1 April, Israeli regime attacked Iranian consulate in Syria, resulted in the martyrdom of seven people including Iran's senior military advisors, General Mohammad Reza Zahedi, a senior commander in the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps'. Since then, the Leader of the Islamic Revolution, Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei and other IRGC commanders promised harsh response.
Your Name
Your Email Address
Security Code