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According to news sources, a series of airstrikes have targeted sites across the Islamic Republic of Iran, however Iranian authorities dispute at least some of the accounts.
Sunday’s drone strike in the central Iranian city of Isfahan resulted in a visible explosion, according to The Guardian. The strike caused damage to a munitions factory.
In one video, an already-smoking building identified as an Iranian military installation burst, possibly due to the detonation of stockpiled munitions.
Video of an explosion inside a defense facility in Isfahan last night #Iran pic.twitter.com/ijphCkqTqD
— Michael A. Horowitz (@michaelh992) January 29, 2023
Another video, apparently from Isfahan and shared by Nexta, a Belarusian news agency based in Warsaw, Poland, revealed emergency personnel at the scene of a significant fire.
Explosion at a military factory in the central #Iranian city of Isfahan
According to the Iranian state television company IRIB, the explosion occurred in one of the centers for the production of ammunition of the Ministry of Defense. pic.twitter.com/2gwwJeyOad
— NEXTA (@nexta_tv) January 28, 2023
Fox News reports that the assaults occur days after joint U.S.-Israeli military exercises in the region.
According to the Fox story, the Iranian Republic News Agency denied there were more attacks than the one in Isfahan.
However, some news agencies claimed otherwise, with one journalist claiming that explosions and fires followed in the Iranian cities of Karaj and Tabriz, located northwest of Tehran.
#Iran: Explosions and fire in #Karaj, west of #Tehran and in a factory near #Tabriz, capital of #EastAzarbaijan province. Online post by protesters in southwestern #Khuzestan reports explosion in Dezful. Air raid sirens in #Hamedan’s Nozheh airbase.
— Ahmed Quraishi (@_AhmedQuraishi) January 29, 2023
#BREAKING: Some unusual jet activity in Tehran, #Iran along with what sounds like an explosion. Video circulating on Telegram below. 1/2 pic.twitter.com/6wBiGahDVA
— Jason Brodsky (@JasonMBrodsky) January 28, 2023
More on this story via The Western Journal:
An Iranian state media agency claimed that the drone attack on Isfahan had been unsuccessful, according to Al Jazeera. CONTIUE READING…