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Spy Drone near Natanz Nuclear Site


It was just yesterday that news were confirmed about Iran’s The Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC )being able to destroy a trespasser drone sent from Isreal suspected to be gathering information about Iran’s nuclear power and facilities.

Natanz is Iran’s main uranium enrichment site, housing more than 16,000 centrifuges. About 3,000 more are at the Fordo plant, buried inside a mountain and hard to destroy.

However, the drone was not able to reach  its designated goal and was destroyed by a ground -air missile.

“An Israeli spy plane was shot down after it was traced and intercepted by the IRGC Aerospace Force,” a statement by the IRGC’s Public Relations Department announced.

“This mischievous act once again reveals the adventurist nature of the Zionist regime of Isreal  and added another black page to this fake and warmongering regime’s file which is full of crimes,” said the Revolutionary Guards’ statement..

on the other hand Iran’s defense minister warned Sunday night that Tehran will give a crushing response to any enemy aggression against Iranian soil.

“Iran will respond to any aggression, from any aggressor, under any circumstances, and aggressors will definitely receive a crushing … response. This is a serious message from Iran,” Brigadier General Hossein Dehqan told the Iranian state television.

He made the comments hours after Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) said they had shot down an Israeli spy drone which was heading to Natanz nuclear facility in the central Iranian province of Isfahan.

The Iranian defense chief further said the country’s military experts will analyze the remaining parts of the downed drone to extract any data stored on its system.

And according to AL Akhbar Newspaper Iran declared Its intention to arm the Palestinians in response for the a drone.

The drone type is  هرمس Hermes an advanced aircraft that can’t be detected by radar and has advanced camera lenses and wings up to 5.5 m.

And some parts of the plane are still in shape and are being examined meanwhile.



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