A Syrian surface-to-air missile triggered warning sirens near Israel’s Dimona nuclear reactor.

Iran PressMiddle East: A Syrian surface-to-air missile exploded in an area near the secretive Dimona nuclear reactor on Thursday, the Israeli military said, in an incident that triggered warning sirens.

There were no immediate reports of any injuries or damage.

The military said that in response to the launch, it attacked several missile batteries in Syria, including the one that fired the projectile that struck the area near Dimona nuclear reactor.

Syria’s state news agency SANA also reported that the Zionist regime carried out a missile attack on the capital Damascus.

It said Syrian air defense systems intercepted the Israeli attack.


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