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“They promised so much noise, but it ended in nothing”: what they say in Israel about the Iranian attack

Date: May 22, 2024 Time: 11:55:07

Morning conversations in one of Tel Aviv’s bazaars.


Igor lives in Shlomi, northern Israel, but has now been evacuated to the suburbs of Haifa:

– I did not sleep all night. But there was no panic. I cringed when I heard that in addition to unmanned aerial vehicles, they might also be flying missiles from Iran. But everything went well. Overall, it was a strange raid: the Iranians promised a lot of noise, but it all came to nothing.

Marwan – Israeli Christian Arab, Nazareth:

– We have been preparing for an Iranian attack for the past week. It should be noted that the authorities treated both the Arab and Jewish sectors with equal attention. In my hometown, sacred to Christians, everyone was sure that the Iranians would not invade or attack it. In the Islamic world they say that Israel provoked the attack by bombing the consulate in Damascus. Even if this were true, 500 missiles or whatever the Iranians directed at Israeli military targets is too many.

Israeli air defense work on the night of April 14.


Liliya, Bat Yam near Tel Aviv, recently moved to Israel from Russia:

– A somewhat unusual and first experience in my life. I was surprised that native Israelis are very organized and at the same time careless: social networks are full of videos: people filmed missile interceptions and falls. Sometimes I was afraid. But when I learned from the morning news that the damage was minimal and that almost 99% of the missiles were shot down in the air, I realized that this country knows how to defend itself and can protect its people.

But this is what the Israeli media pays attention to.

Journalists from the Ynet news portal reported that it cost Israel about 5 billion shekels (almost $1.3 billion) tonight. This amount was cited by a senior military officer in the Israel Defense Forces, who expressed his demand for an increase in the country’s defense budget, while admitting that “the burden of defense spending could significantly damage the potential of economic growth of Israel.

Journalist Ben Caspit (Maariv newspaper):

The other side also achieved success: Iran lost its fear. And the era in which Israel attacked targets attributed to Iran almost every night and received no Iranian response is over. The Israeli containment wall, which forced Iran to swallow the insult each time and not attack Israel directly, collapsed.


All that remains is propaganda noise: Iran and Israel will be fierce enemies, but they will not start a big war.

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Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.

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