Israeli Minister: S-300 Systems 'Cannot Detect Our Stealth Fighters' | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Israeli Minister: S-300 Systems 'Cannot Detect Our Stealth Fighters'

Israeli stealth fighters will be able to avoid being hit by the S-300 missile systems that have just been supplied to Syria by Russia and can possibly destroy them right on the ground, an Israeli official said.

“You know that we have stealth fighters, the best planes in the world. These batteries are not even able to detect them," Tzachi Hanegbi, the country's regional cooperation minister and a non-voting member of its security cabinet, said on Wednesday, referring to the F-35 Joint Strike Fighters that Israel has been getting from the US.

"The operational abilities of the air force are such that those (S-300) batteries really do not constrain the air force's abilities to act," Hanegbi told Israel's Army Radio.

On Tuesday, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said that Moscow had delivered S-300 missile systems to Syria in order to increase the security of Russian military personnel in the country.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The real unknown, and the primal nightmare, for American and Israeli military is, what if these S-300s are equipped to successfully detect stealth technology?!?

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The Russian radars can see.....

Ethan Allen and...

and target the Israeli F-35'S with the improved S-300's Syria is getting. The Israeli's base their belief on their practice against a very early monkey model S-300 the Russians sold to Greece several years back. The Syrian ADC is now tied into the Russian ADC in Syria.
The Israeli's and the US are in for a big shock!
Go ahead make Syria's day!

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