A Zionist Iron Dome missile that was specified for obstructing the Palestinianrockets, almost killed and injured a number of Zionist after it lost track and fell close to tens of cars with Zionists inside them.
Paltoday quoted Israeli sources as saying that this accident, which took place during the last days of war on Gaza, fell on Street number “4” near Eshdod, causing panic among the Israelis.
The sources also clarified that the missile deviated from its specified track towards street number “4” were tens of cars where on the road, but fell in an open area 30 meters away from the road, and its shrapnels dispersed widely. Continue reading
Israel just announced it has finalized a deal with Lt. General Frank Gorenc, commander of the US Third Air Force in Germany, that will bring several thousand U.S. troops and two advanced missile systems to the country for an unprecedented defense drill.
Yaakov Katz of the Jerusalem Post reports the “largest-ever” missile defense exercise will commence this spring, in response to Iran’s nuclear ambitions.
The U.S. will deploy its Theater High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) missile system and its ship based Aegis system to simulate intercepting an incoming salvo into Israel. The two systems will work in conjunction with Israel’s Arrow, Patriot, and Iron Dome missile systems.
The announcement came in conjunction with Israel’s pledge to move batteries of its Iron Dome in the coming months to counter rocket attacks, and stationing additional batteries in Haifa to guard oil refineries there.
Israel is also increasing its missile development budget for FY 2012 to include three new Iron Dome batteries along its northern and southern borders.
Of course, what this drill means in regard to a strike on Iran’s nuclear facilities remains to be seen — if it means anything at all.
Source: Business Insider