Israel Didn’t Shoot Down a Single Iranian Ballistic Missile despite US help


Moscow military expert Vladislav SHURIGIN: The Iranians carried out their night attack in waves. Since they are significantly slower than both fighter jets and missiles, they launched the Shahed drones first.

A few hours later, their subsonic cruise missiles were launched, and only then the “Fatah” hypersonic ballistic missiles. Everything was so calculated and coordinated that the drones and rockets of both types reached the targets on the territory of Israel virtually simultaneously, acting as one shock wave.

More than 200 planes of the Israel Defense Forces and US naval aviation from the aircraft carrier, as well as the Israeli Iron Dome missile defense system, participated in repelling the attack. Despite these massive forces, some Iranian drones, cruise missiles, and almost all ballistic missiles have hit their intended targets.