Iranian missiles land near UAE airbase where Indian Rafale halted

Iranian missiles reportedly landed near UAE's Al Dhafra base, where five IAF Rafale jets were on an overnight halt, on Tuesday following a military exercise by Iran's Revolutionary Guards. Iran launched missiles at a mock-up US aircraft carrier in the Strait of Hormuz.

In any event, three Iranian missiles landed close to the Al Dhafra airbase in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) on Tuesday (July 28) after a military exercise did by Iran Revolutionary Guards. 

It is to be noticed that the first batch of five Rafale fighter airplane booked to arrive in India on Wednesday (July 29) arrived at UAE‘s Al Dhafra base on Tuesday night in the wake of taking off from France on Monday (July 27). The Rafale planes arrived at Al Dhafra base as a component of a short-term end. Al Dhafra base is situated about an hour from UAE’s capital city Abu Dhabi

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US news channel CNN announced that alarm was sounded at UAE’s Al Dhafra base and Al Udeid airbase in Qatar after intel pointers alluded to an approaching “Iranian missiles perhaps traveled that way”. CNN included that workforce present at these two bases were advised to seek shelter yet no rocket arrived at these bases. 

Fox News likewise revealed the episode asserting that two bases in Middle East lodging US troops and airplanes were put on high ready when “3 Iranian rockets sprinkled down in waters close to the bases Tues. (Tuesday) as a major aspect of Iran‘s military activities.” 

Prior to Tuesday, Sepahnews discharged an image of a speedboat having a place with Iran Revolutionary Guard terminating a rocket during a military exercise in July.