Explosions, blackouts in Israeli occupation cities cause concern
Iranian news agency Tasnim says many Israelis reported unusual electrical shutdowns and complained that their electrical appliances were damaged and burned.
The successive explosions and fires witnessed in power stations in "Tel Aviv" and surrounding areas, as well as the great damage to the electrical appliances, caused great confusion for the Israeli occupation, Iranian news agency Tasnim reported on Friday.
Tasnim said, "Power outages blanketed at least five major cities of the Zionist regime in darkness."
The news agency cited reports saying that the "Zionist regime’s electricity authorities have not provided any satisfactory explanation for the massive and lengthy outages" after many Israelis reported unusual and out-of-control electrical shutdowns and complained that their electrical appliances were damaged and burned.
Some Israelis circulated videos on social media about explosions at electricity transmission stations on the roads leading to several cities and areas.
Following the electrical blackout, "Israel" practiced a media blackout, as the occupation's censorship apparatus completely prevented reporting about the matter in public media.
Tasnim said the Israeli occupation electricity company had relinquished its responsibility in this regard and said it was still searching for the causes of these incidents.