Israel claims to have neutralized most of the Iran’s first direct attack against its territory, perpetrated with more than 300 drones and missilesaccording to the Israeli army, which claims to have intercepted along with its allies up to 99% of the 170 drones, 30 cruise missiles and 120 ballistic missiles launched by Tehran on Saturday night.

“We intercept. We block. Together we will win”the Israeli Prime Minister himself boasted, Benjamin Netanyahu, first thing this Sunday. It was the first message from him after an attack announced, without fatalitiesand which left only one person seriously injured, a girl who was hit by shrapnel in the south of the country.

Despite the satisfaction expressed by Israel for its response, Iran He has also presented the offensive as a success. The country had been announcing retaliation for the bombing against its consulted in Damascuswhich resulted in the death of seven of its military commanders and its president, Ebrahim Raisí, has stated that the Revolutionary Guard has given “a lesson to the Zionist enemy” and warned Israel not to respond.

Precisely, this Sunday Netanyahu gathered his war cabinet to assess a military response and the country’s president, Isaac Herzog, has indicated that they are studying “all options” in the face of what qualifies as “a declaration of war”.

We are holding back. We know the repercussions. We are consulting with our partners and considering all options. I am very confident that we will take the necessary measures to protect and defend our people. “We don’t want war,” he said in statements to ‘Sky News’.

In this sense, USA has already made it clear that will not join any retaliatory action that Israel takes against Iran in response to this unprecedented attack. Meanwhile, the Jewish State, whose airspace reopened this Sunday morning, maintains security restrictions until Monday night, which includes the closure of schools throughout the country.