Seven strategic Israeli facilities Iran would target after an Israeli attack

Iranian Assessment

The political and military officials of Israel are constantly talking about attacking Iran’s nuclear facilities and are even preparing for this issue.

Undoubtedly, a large part of these rhetoric is used to make Iran fall short of its demands during the negotiations for the revival of the UN Security Council, but in any case, Iran must be fully prepared for all circumstances.

In the event of an Israeli attack on Iran’s nuclear facilities, regardless of the success or failure of the operation, there are seven strategic points on Israeli territory that Iran can target with missile strikes in the very first hours after the Israeli attack.

These goals are both very important and strategic, and they are all related to the nuclear activities of this Israel.
This makes the attack on these targets a revenge in line with the attack carried out by Israel.

Dimona Nuclear Research Center;

Inside Dimona, there are plutonium production and extraction facilities, along with other infrastructure related to nuclear weapons …

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Tirosh facilities;

Israel’s first weapons depot, where strategic and strategic nuclear warheads are also kept …

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Eilabun facilities;

Israel’s second weapons depot, where tactical nuclear warheads are also stored …

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Facilities of the Kafar Zakharia;

These facilities are nuclear missile bases, and bomb storage facilities.

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Nahl Surik Labs

In this laboratory, research, design, and manufacture of weapons are done.

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Yodfat Facilities;

In this facility, nuclear weapons are assembled.

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Raphael Industries;

In this facility, in addition to other activities, the Israeli regime’s assembly of nuclear weapons is also carried out.

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But how can Iran successfully launch a missile attack on these targets, which are surrounded by extensive defense systems.

The Israeli army uses two different types of anti-missile systems to target ballistic missiles.

To target strategic ballistic missiles that fly at very high altitudes (such as intercontinental ballistic missiles, or missiles such as Khorramshahr, Emad, and Sajil) uses Todd and Arrow defense systems.

The task of these systems is mainly to target the missile at a very high altitude, and before entering the dive phase ‌‌

Also, this army uses the slingshot systems of David and Patriot Pack_3 to target tactical ballistic missiles.
But the important point of these two systems is that they can only target tactical missiles with a final speed of Mach 5, no more than that.

As you know, Iran has the range of the tallest tactical ballistic missiles in the world, up to 1800KM.

In fact, Haj Qasem missiles with a range of 1800 km, Dezful with a range of 1000 km, Zulfiqar with a range of 700 km, have the first to third rank of the tallest tactical ballistic missiles in the world, respectively.

These missiles, especially if they use carbon fiber technology in the construction of the fuselage, have a speed much higher than Mach 5.

That is, if Dezful or Haj Qasim missiles are fired at Israeli territory.

Due to the flight altitude of these missiles, Tod and Arrow systems. And due to the high speed of these missiles, Patriot Pack_3 and Falcon Davood systems.

They are not able to intercept and hit them.
This means that the probability of a missile hitting the target is more than 85%.

Earlier Assessment on the Topic

Experts’ estimates and estimates suggest that the Israeli regime may have stockpiled a variety of nuclear weapons.

Al-Quds News correspondent Shirin Musa Habash said in a report that the occupying Israeli regime has 200 nuclear warheads stored in eight different nuclear facilities. Information leaked from top-secret news outlets estimates Israel’s nuclear program as follows:

In 1986, Mordecai Vanunu, a technical expert, revealed for the first time in the world that the occupying Israeli regime had a nuclear facility.  What could these nuclear facilities and reactors be and where were they located?
Israel’s nuclear facilities are as follows.

1- Dimona nuclear facility in southern Israel: This facility has 10 buildings in which approximately 2,700 nuclear scientists work.  The facility has a nuclear reactor and a plutonium processing plant.
2. “Nahl Surik” nuclear facility in the center of Israel: This nuclear facility is located in the south of Ramallah and employs 200 nuclear scientists.
3- Al-Kishun nuclear facility in occupied northern Israel: It was built on the banks of the Al-Muqata River and is used for research activities.
4. Al-Nabi Rubin Nuclear Facility, in the center of Israel: This nuclear facility is located west of the city of Ramallah, where there is a research reactor to generate electricity and seawater desalination equipment.
5. “Kafar Zakharia” nuclear facility in the center of Israel: This nuclear facility is located in the northwest of the city of Hebron, where the missiles that are transferred from the “Be’er Yaqub” nuclear facility are stored.
6- “Raphael” facility in the center of Israel: This nuclear facility is also located in the northwest of Sokhin and is a factory for nuclear engineering and combination of bombs and nuclear explosives.
7- Be’er Yaqub facility in the center of Israel: It is located in the south of Ramallah and produces nuclear missiles.
8- Al-Aboun nuclear facility in the north of Israel: This facility is located in the lands of Nemrin village.  A village where Palestinians were forced to migrate.  These facilities are also used to store tactical nuclear weapons.