Video| Explosions sounded in “Umm Al-Rashrash” in occupied Eilat after the sirens were heard
The Israeli occupation army announced the sounding of alarm sirens in Umm Rashrash (Eilat) for the second time today, Tuesday, and that the sound of explosions was heard immediately afterwards.
Follow ups – Al-Khabar Al-Yemeni:
Hebrew media outlets added that ballistic missiles were seen in the city’s sky, amidst attempts by air defenses to intercept it.
Earlier on Tuesday morning, the Israeli occupation army stated that an “interceptor missile was launched after suspecting the presence of an aerial target” and that the alarm sirens were triggered due to the launch of it.
Media reports indicated that the Israeli “Hetz” system was activated to intercept a surface-to-surface missile launched from Yemen, and alarm sirens were sounded in Eilat.
According to the announcement of the Home Front from the occupied territories, sirens sounded in the Zikim settlement and Ashkelon.
In response to the Israeli occupation’s violations in the occupied Palestinian territories, the Islamic resistance in Gaza, led by the Al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of Hamas, launched the “Al-Aqsa Flood” operation on October 7.