Security officials said they are worried Iran might launch a drone or missile attack over the assassination of IRGC Colonel Hassan Sayad Khodayari
Israel Ups Air Defenses Amid Concern Over Potential Iranian Attack
Anna Ahronheim & Sarah Ben-Nun with The Jerusalem Post report:
Israel has bolstered its air defense batteries in northern Israel out of concern of a possible retaliatory attack by Iran after it blamed the Jewish State for the death of a senior Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) colonel.
The defense establishment is concerned that Iran might take revenge on Israel by launching a missile or drone attack from Lebanon or Syria. According to KAN public broadcaster, various air defense systems and troops manning them have been placed on high alert.
The IDF did not comment on the report.