Syria fired missile near Israel's nuclear center

Reuters Tensions have escalated after Syria fired missiles at Israel. The missile is expected to be targeted by Israel's Dimona nuclear center. The missile is torn thirty kilometers away from the nuclear center. In response, Israel also launched a missile attack on Syria. Warning sirens began to ring in Israel after the missile exploded near the nuclear center. 

Vigilance was increased all the way. The army spokesman said that it was an S-5 type missile, which is a ground-to-air hit. The missile was shot down on an Israeli aircraft. The missile has not caused any damage to the nuclear center. Currently, tensions between Iran and Israel are at a peak. Iran says that its nuclear center was attacked by Israel. Was. Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz has said that an attempt was made to intercept the missile, but did not succeed.