Russia demoed better system in Cheliabinsk. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Miron
    • 25.02.13 | 11:43 (IST)

    Instead of re - inventing teh wheel Israel should buy the system and upgrade it with Israel own electronics. Russia would be happy to sell with know how, together. Besides, Israeli system is in tests, Russian system on the other hand is functioning and apparently in production. In additiona engineers, as Israel disposesses her Jewish population to score political points with West, are moving back to Russia, regardless. In the end I think survival of the state should mean something for Israelis, Jewish or Arabs... although I have no objection to propositions from Haaretz to turn Israel into a sort of fig leaf state to placate historians with regards to Holocaust, so that nobody feels too ashamed, and turn it into a sort of Western world dream of sorts run by UN on humanitarian foundation. Than, I guess, either Arrow or Russian system becomes completely un - nesessary, and even hurtfull to otherwise perfect country for perfect people.

    from the article: Israel's Arrow III defense system passes first flight test with flying colors
    First published 09:54 25.02.13 | Last updated 09:54 25.02.13
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