Media in Azerbaijan today (Sunday) quoted the words of Egil Rustamzada, a retired Azeri Air Force colonel and a senior military commentator in the country, who estimates that Israel is behind the drone attack on military installations in Iran that took place tonight.
According to Rustamzadeh's claims, the Israeli suicide drone "Haroop" has an attack range of 1,000 kilometers and due to a special antenna installed in it, it is immune to almost every type of electronic warfare that exists, which makes it very difficult to intercept. "This is the good suicide drone in the world," stated the commentator.
The moments of the explosion in the city of Isfahan in Iran
The Azeri official's reference to the incident and the range of the Harup UAV alludes to the possibility that the attack was carried out by an Israeli aircraft that took off from the territory of Azerbaijan, which, unlike Israel, is within 1,000 kilometers of most of Iran's territory.
In the meantime, Saudi media claimed today that the target of the attack carried out tonight was an Iranian ballistic missile depot at several points throughout Iran.
In the Saudi report it was announced, from the mouth of American sources, that the attacks were led by the United States with the assistance of another country.
Attack in several focal points
Media in Iran reported tonight a series of explosions at bases and military facilities throughout the country and media in Iran and abroad reported that the explosions were caused by an unmanned aircraft attack.
According to the reports, an alarm and explosions were heard at a live Iranian air base north of the city of Madan, one of the largest air force bases in the country, and local residents reported to foreign media that the air defense systems there had been activated.
In addition, a large explosion was recorded at an ammunition production facility of the Iranian Ministry of Defense in the city of Isfahan, the country's third largest city.
The Iranian Ministry of Defense said that the explosion at the military facility was caused by an unmanned aerial vehicle. One of them was hit by the air defense system and the other was caught in a trap and exploded.
The attack did not cause any loss of life and there was minor damage to the roof of the workshop.
The Tasnim news agency, which is affiliated with the regime in the Islamic Republic, also reported that there were no casualties in the incident, and that at this stage there is no suspicion of foreign involvement in the case.
The local news agency IRNA reported that the explosion occurred at an ammunition production facility belonging to the Iranian Ministry of Defense, and located north of the center of the city.
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