Israel simulates massive enemy missile attack

Sunday, March 28, 2010 |  Israel Today Staff

Israel's air force last week simulated a massive missile attack on the Jewish state from several source in order to test the ability of its various anti-missile defense systems to work together.

The simulation consisted of Kassam rockets from Gaza, medium-rang missiles from southern Lebanon and long-range ballistic missiles from Iran.

Analysts believe that if Israel is forced to attack Iran's nuclear facilities, the Islamic Republic will launch missiles at Israel. Iran's Hizballah and Hamas allies would be expected to immediately join the fray by firing their own missiles and creating a three-front war for the Jewish state.

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