The Israeli air defense system failed to respond to the missile, which caused sirens to sound near the Dimona reactor in the southern Negev.
Iranian media described what happened near the Dimona reactor as a message to "Israel" that "its sensitive areas are not immune."
The Iranian media indicated that the missile could have followed its way to Dimona, adding that "creating a catastrophe is not required."
These events came after the targeting of the Iranian facility, Natanz, to enrich uranium.
The spokesman for the occupation army confirmed that an anti-aircraft missile was fired from Syrian territory and landed in the Negev region, as a result of which sirens sounded in the place.
The spokesman for the occupation army indicated that, in response, the occupation warplanes attacked the battery that launched the missile and other (surface-to-air) missile batteries in Syrian territory.