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Russia-Ukraine War Catapults Israeli Arms Industry to Global Stage

Israel's Defense Ministry has also launched a PR campaign, with a senior official visiting no less than 14 countries over the last three months. The Chinese and Iranian threats, meanwhile, are also increasing the demand for Israeli weapons

Amos Harel
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Amos Harel
Amos Harel

While the Russian invasion of Ukraine unleashed horrendous suffering on millions of people, one business sector is basking in the flames of war: the arms industry. The return of war to European soil on the largest scale since World War II, has triggered unprecedented global demand for advanced means of combat of every sort. The Israeli military industry, which at the government’s instruction is not supplying arms to the fighting parties, is about to rake in vast profits from this bonanza.

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Russia-Ukraine War Catapults Israeli Arms Industry to Global Stage