Israel responded to Iran’s missile attack by launching its expected retaliatory strike on Friday morning, multiple reports confirm.

Israeli missiles hit at least one site in Iran, as confirmed by US officials. Iranian state media alerted citizens to explosions heard in the central part of the Islamic republic.

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The missile strike came in response to Iran’s barrage of more than 300 drones and missiles towards Israel last Saturday. Thankfully, Israel and its allies intercepted practically all of them.

Israeli officials notified the US on Thursday about their plans to strike Iran within the next 24 to 48 hours, as reported by Bloomberg News.

While the Biden regime did not endorse Israel’s response, a US official told CNN about their lack of support.

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The primary target of Israel’s retaliatory strike appears to be the city of Isfahan, which is home to Iran’s Natanz nuclear research facility and a major air base.

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On Iranian state television, a scroll alerting viewers about a “loud noise” in Isfahan was displayed. However, no further information was provided, according to the Associated Press. State television assured viewers that all nuclear sites in the region were “fully safe.”

Iran’s civilian space program spokesman, Hossein Dalirian, dismissed Israel’s apparent retaliation, claiming that the explosions were the result of three quadcopter drones being shot down.

CNN reported that Iran’s air defense systems were activated in multiple provinces following the initial explosions.

According to the Times of Israel, an Iranian official on state-run television announced that all flights bound for the cities of Tehran, Isfahan, and Shiraz were diverted. As the strike began, at least eight flights already in the air over Iran were also redirected.

The Post reached out to the Pentagon for comment but received a response stating that there was no information available at that time. Similarly, The Post’s request for comment from the White House was left unanswered.

After Saturday’s Iranian strike, Joe Biden warned Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu against engaging in a counter-offensive with US involvement.

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