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Tuesday, September 03, 2013

Israel confirms joint missile test with US in the Mediterranean

Israel has confirmed a joint missile test with the United States in the Mediterranean on Tuesday morning. Earlier, Israel had claimed it was not aware of such a test.
The Defense Ministry announced Tuesday that Israel and the United States had successfully conducted a joint missile test in the Mediterranean Sea, a short time after Russia said it had detected a missile launch in the area.

The statement by the Defense Ministry said that the test of the Anchor missile took place at around 9:15 A.M. Israel time, which coincides with the report by Moscow that it had detected two ballistic missiles launched from the same region of the sea.

The Russian embassy in Damascus, however, was quick to affirm that there was no evidence of a missile strike on Syria.
And what is an Anchor missile? The Anchor is part of Israel's Arrow missile defense system program.

Let's go to the videotape.

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At 3:29 PM, Blogger Sunlight said...

And first thing on Drudge this morning is the Obama Death-to-Israel Squad denying that the US was involved in any "test." What a bunch of murderous jerks.


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