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    • robert
    • 30.05.13 | 13:21 (IDT)

    S-300 will be neutralized ONCE they arrive. Israel is not attacking friendly russian freighters/planes. Well Johnny, what can I say, A couple of "russian experts" in 73" no big deal, sent them back "asap" and that's it. Some were at the wrong place at the wrong moment, they were delivered in boxes. Ever heard of the MIG-29 that landed in Japan. It turned out that it's capabilities were not comparable to the ones that flew at "Le-Bourget" and that sent a shock wave thru the Western Air Forces. I suppose that the same with the S-300. No problem for our commandos to snatch the radar and a couple of missiles as we did with the radar station from the egyptians. You are right, Iran/Iraq was a "bar-brawl" for 8 years... Syria will be over before the UN and Russia can say that Israel is to blame for "the situation".

    from the article: Syria has already received S-300 missile shipment from Russia, Assad says
    First published 11:13 30.05.13 | Last updated 09:34 30.05.13
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