IDF Lifts Order for Israelis to Stay Near Safe Rooms, Indicating Iran Attack Over for Now
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By The Smartencyclopedia Staff & Agencies

After a night of unprecedented aggression from Iran, the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) have lifted the order for Israelis to stay near safe rooms, signaling that the immediate threat has passed.

In a barrage of what has been described as an unprecedented attack, Iran launched around 200 missiles and drones towards Israel. Sirens blared nationwide as the Israel Air Force (IAF) swung into action, intercepting almost all of the incoming projectiles.

The IDF released a statement confirming that the majority of the Iranian ballistic missiles were intercepted by the Arrow air defense system before breaching Israeli airspace. While a few missiles did manage to hit targets, such as a military base in the south, the damage was reportedly minor.

Additionally, the military reported that fighter jets successfully shot down numerous drones and cruise missiles launched from Iran.

As tensions soared and threats loomed, the skies over Israel remained active with dozens of Air Force planes engaged in intercepting any potential threats.

Meanwhile, the Home Front Command has issued a reassuring update, stating that Israelis are no longer required to stay close to bomb shelters, suggesting that the immediate danger has subsided.

The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) is set to convene to discuss the situation, as Israel weighs its response to the aggressive actions from Iran.

The night’s events have left Israel on high alert, with the IDF remaining vigilant for any further threats to the safety and security of the nation.

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