Israeli military displays intercepted Iranian ballistic missile

(16 Apr 2024)
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ASSOCIATED PRESS
Julis – 16 April 2024
1. Wide of Iranian missile
2. Various of missile parts
3. SOUNDBITE (English) Rear Adm. Daniel Hagari, Israeli Army spokesman:
"We’re here with the body of one of the ballistic missiles that was launched from Iran directly to Israel. These ballistic missiles are ones that has 500 kilos of explosives in the warhead. We are talking about over 110 ballistic missiles coming from Iran aiming towards Israel. These are 60 tons of explosives directly to Israel."
4. Wide of missile
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Rear Adm. Daniel Hagari, Israeli Army spokesman:
"Something else has happened, this coalition (that took part in Israel’s defense) is directing a message to Iran: We will not allow this aggression in the region. This coalition is an opportunity for the Middle East, a strategic opportunity for the Middle East, for countries, to share the same threat from Iran."
6. Pan on missile
7. Missile part
8. SOUNDBITE (English) Rear Adm. Daniel Hagari, Israeli Army spokesman:
"Firing 110 ballistic missiles directly to Israel will not get scot-free. We will respond in our time, in our place, in the way that we will choose."
9. Hagari walking next to missile
STORYLINE:
Israel on Tuesday displayed one of the Iranian ballistic missiles it intercepted on Saturday night.

Israel’s military spokesman Rear Adm. Daniel Hagari said that these ballistic missiles have "500 kilos of explosives in the warhead."

Hagari also reiterated that the country will respond after Iran’s attack involving hundreds of drones, ballistic missiles and cruise missiles.

"Firing 110 ballistic missiles directly to Israel will not get scot-free," he said.

"We will respond in our time, in our place, in the way that we will choose" he added.

AP video by Shlomo Mor

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