Iranian state television channel 'Press TV' reported that at least seven "hypersonic" missiles were allegedly used during the attack on Israel, and none were intercepted.

The Press TV report included the phrase: "Not a single (hypersonic) missile was intercepted by the defenseless regime (Israel)."

Iran claims the attack caused significant damage to the Nevatim airbase in the Negev.

Israel, however, states that 99% of the more than 300 missiles and drones fired by Iran on the night of April 14 were intercepted, with no cruise missiles or drones reaching Israeli territory.

Dozens of ballistic missiles flew towards Israel, with almost all being shot down, and several landing in open areas. The Nevatim airbase suffered minor damage that did not affect its operations.

It's important to note that Iranian state media are asserting an unprecedentedly powerful attack on Israel, describing it as "historic" and highly successful.

However, this information is not confirmed by Israel or independent observers. Many Iranians on social media express doubts about the success of the Iranian attack and voice concerns about potential retaliatory strikes from the IDF.