IDF attacked weapons convoy in Syria: Arrow System intercepted missile

The Israeli Air Force attacked during the night a weapons convoy in Northern Syria, whose weapons were designated for the Lebanese terror group Hezbollah. During the operation, anti-aircraft missiles were launched at Israel. One of the missiles was intercepted by the Arrow System.
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During the night, the Israeli Air Force attacked a weapons convoy in Northern Syria, whose weapons were designated for the Lebanese terror group Hezbollah. After the planes finished their mission and were on the way back to Israel, anti-aircraft missiles were fired at them. One of the missiles flew towards the Jordan Valley, where the Arrow System intercepted it. Sirens were sounded in communities within the region.

Local residents reported that they heard the missile getting intercepted and the remnants of the missile falling in the Jordan Valley. Also in Jerusalem, the residents reported hearing the sound of an explosion. However, the IDF stressed that there is no danger to IDF soldiers and Israeli civilians.

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The alarm was activated in Argaman, Bardala, Gitit, Mesoa, Yitav, Yafit and other communities. Gadi Katz, a security officer in the Jordan Valley Regional Council, stated in a conversation with Israel’s Channel 2 News that an initial investigation indicated that there was neither damage nor injuries from the incident.

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