The Supreme Leader of Iran Ali Khamenei thanked the armed forces of the country for their operation against Israel Mrhe called on them to “constantly seek military innovation and learn the tactics of the enemy”, as reported by Iran’s official news agency today.

On April 13, Tehran openly targeted Israel for the first time with more of 300 missiles and drones, in what he said was retaliation for the deadly bombing that Israel allegedly carried out against the Iranian embassy compound in Damascus on April 1.

“How many missiles were launched and how many of them hit their target is not the primary question, what really matters is how Iran demonstrated its restraint during that operation,” Khamenei said today.

Early yesterday, Friday, explosions were heard in the Iranian city of Isfahan in what sources said was an Israeli attack, but Tehran downplayed the incident and said it had no plans to retaliate — a response that appeared measured to avoid a full-scale war. the area.