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Originally posted by NuclearPaul
I may be wrong but those external fuel tanks would surely have exploded when they hit the ground, so technically, they did drop bombs.
Story goes that the Syrians and Iranians have acquired from their good Russian friends a large shipment of Pantsyr-S1 Air Defense Systems. These are supposedly integrated AA guns/Missile systems that can engage multiple air targets. Its missiles are supposedly unjammable!
Well Israel seemed to have jammed the missiles and/or found a way to significantly decrease their effectivity.
In fact, if Iran insists, it may be the excuse we are looking for to bomb the Iran military into dust.
Syria is mulling a "series of responses" after Israeli warplanes violated its airspace this week, Vice President Faruq al-Shara said in an interview with an Italian newspaper published Saturday.
Israel believes that North Korea has been supplying Syria and Iran with nuclear materials, a Washington defense official told the New York Times. “The Israelis think North Korea is selling to Iran and Syria what little they have left,” he said.