Iran’s tech is so bad they didn’t notice Israeli F-35s infiltrate their airspace: Report

Israeli F-35 stealth fighter aircraft repeatedly breached Iranian airspace in recent months, but Iran was unaware of it, according to a story published on Tuesday by the Saudi Arabian Elaph daily.

According to an unnamed source who spoke to Elaph, Israeli F-35s have repeatedly flown over Iranian airspace in the previous two months without being picked up by either Iranian or Russian radar systems. Israel’s large “Chariots of Fire” aerial combat exercises, in which Israeli forces practiced attacks on Iran, are said to have included the claimed Israeli penetration into Iranian airspace.
Iranian radar operators probably can’t tell when stealth planes enter their airspace or even recognize them.

Israeli spy chief reportedly slams Iran Deal as ‘strategic disaster’

Several Israeli leaders have publicly warned against a nuclear deal with Iran

According to reports, the head of Israel’s top intelligence service has cautioned against the United States “rushing” into a disastrous nuclear agreement with Iran.
According to a recent meeting, according to Times of Israel, Mossad chief David Barnea, the United States is “rushing towards an accord that is a deception.”
Barnea was also described as calling the agreement “a strategic disaster” and “extremely negative for Israel.”
According to Barnea, the agreement as it stands “gives Iran freedom to collect the necessary nuclear material for a weapon” and offers Tehran financial advantages that might aid the nation in promoting terrorism through proxies.

US sends message to Iran with counterattacks in Syria

“We’re not going to hesitate to defend ourselves,” a Pentagon official said.

Although it “does not seek conflict with Iran,” the United States stated on Wednesday that it will continue to “protect” its troops in Syria against militias that are supported by Tehran.
According to a statement from the U.S. military’s Central Command, three American service members were hurt in separate rocket attacks on two locations housing American troops in northeastern Syria on Wednesday. This prompted American forces to retaliate.
Approximately 7:20 p.m. onwards Several missiles detonated inside the boundaries of Mission Support Site Conoco at local time. More rockets quickly touched down close to Mission Support Site Green Village. Both locations are found in northern Syria, close to major gas and oil resources. At Mission Support Site Conoco, one service man who had received minimal medical attention was reinstated on duty.


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100% Data Tampering

What kind of a problem would need FAKE and manipulated documentation?

Look at all these “Climate Agreements.” We continue to lose money, prosperity and freedom while the CO2 level continue to increase, when do we say enough??