It was a conspicuous feature in last year's war with Hizbullah that Israel lacked an effective countermeasure to missiles, in particular a meaningful method of interception, despite claims to the contrary. That remains the case today and, as the range of Arab missiles increases, so Israel's defensive capability becomes ever more degraded - especially when its military airfields come within range of the missiles. Perhaps Israel's defence industry is no match for crude ballistic weapons, after all.
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