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    • Okan
    • 17.01.10 | 12:46 (IST)

    Come on! SA-2s are very old and huge missiles with a lot of units to operate and I do not think that it is something for Israel Air Force to worry. If Syria hands over the old SA-2 batteries in her inventory to Lebanon, it is just because they are obsolete. But it seems not very weird to sell/transfer arms from one country to an other (Syria to Lebanon). Despite all these facts, if this happens, it could be a good reason for Israel and good training opportunity for IDF to burn the south half of Lebanon and kill some thousands civilians as usual.

    from the article: U.S. official: Arming of Hezbollah could spark Israel-Syria war
    First published 08:52 17.01.10 | Last updated 15:41 17.01.10
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