Israeli media: The cost of intercepting the Iranian attack close to one billion dollars

Israeli media reported on Sunday that the cost of intercepting the Iranian attack last night is close to one billion dollars.

Israeli Channel 12 reported that all Israeli warplanes were in the air during the Iranian attack for fear of being bombed while they were at their bases.

Hebrew media, citing sources in the Israeli Ministry of Defense, reported that American and British forces intercepted more than 100 Iranian drones outside Israel.

The Israeli army had announced that Tehran had launched ‘an attack against Israel and launched more than 300 threats of various types, including ballistic missiles, drones and cruise missiles,’ claiming that this attack was confronted by ‘the Israeli army’s air and technological superiority with the participation of a strong combat coalition that was able to intercept the overwhelming majority of threats

Source: National Iraqi News Agency