Israel Expected Iran To Fire 10-70 Missiles In Retaliation, But Netanyahu Was 'Mistaken' | Report | Hindustan Times
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Israel Expected Iran To Fire 10-70 Missiles In Retaliation, But Netanyahu Was 'Mistaken' | Report

Israel reportedly miscalculated the severity of Iran's revenge attack. The New York Times reported that Israel initially expected Iran to fire 10 missiles. It then changed the estimate to 60-70 missiles. However, it was also a misjudgement as Iran rained over 350 ballistic, cruise missiles and Shahed drones on Israel over the weekend. The report added that the U.S. and Israel thought that Iran won't respond at such extent to the air strike on its embassy compound in Damascus on April 1. Watch.

 
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