Analysis: Israel could swoop on S-300...

Analysis: Israel could swoop on S-300 missiles in Syria, but with...

There are 7 comments on the Advocate-News story from Jun 2, 2013, titled Analysis: Israel could swoop on S-300 missiles in Syria, but with.... In it, Advocate-News reports that:

A Belarusssian S-300 mobile missile launching system takes part in a rehearsal for the Independence Day parade in central Minsk June 27, 2011.

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war

Las Vegas, NV

#1 Jun 2, 2013
Israel can take it dawn the s-300 with no problem. What is Assad going to do shoot missiles on tel-Aviv. Saddam Hussein shot missiles on tell Aviv in 1990 and didnt even kill 1 person or any civilian. Come on Assad u can do better then that or do u need your littel friends help of Hezbollah
rtloder

Australia

#2 Jun 2, 2013
war wrote:
Israel can take it dawn the s-300 with no problem. What is Assad going to do shoot missiles on tel-Aviv. Saddam Hussein shot missiles on tell Aviv in 1990 and didnt even kill 1 person or any civilian. Come on Assad u can do better then that or do u need your littel friends help of Hezbollah

Source of the article Forty Brag
And that is all you do
People only brag when their consciousness is feeling deserted
And that only happens when they invented something they shouldn't
Naturally when agent's see their mistake and get ready to press the issue the brag artist doesn't have time to take a bath so he smells.
Gary

Westerville, OH

#3 Jun 3, 2013
I second the fact that Israel can take care of Russia's S-300 batteries without too much creativity.

Mig-29's are also not a problem.

So what does Assad have remaining?
asadude

West Mifflin, PA

#4 Jun 3, 2013
youtube.com/watch... ……
More than a Reason for Assad Syria Forces to shoot down Israel,,
S300 Missles are awesome
Falcon

South Africa

#5 Jun 3, 2013
It seems the west doesn't have the stomach to back aristocratic dictators and would instead prefer to back loosely organized mobs of religious radicals.

Egypt was the wrong call. Syria is also the wrong call. Funny how the russians seem to get it and we don't. Feels to me like the terrorists have everyone shook and nobody dare support a good old fashioned, yet decently functioning regime, instead preferring to get behind 'rebels' that are really just terrorist affiliates.

Mubarak and Assad are better friends than the muslim brotherhood or whatever the hell becomes of Syria if Assad loses.

Let's hope those S-300s do the job...
Falcon

South Africa

#6 Jun 3, 2013
I have yet to hear how US intervention in Syria furthers its interests. I said the same about Libya. I say let them solve their own problems.

Imagine for an instant some dissillusioned veterans or preppers were fed up with corruption, fraud and tyranny from their own govt and they started a revolution. How would the rest of the US feel if the Russians, Chinese or Iranians decided to jump in on the side of the rebels?
ocxz

Reunion

#7 Jun 3, 2013
Falcon wrote:
I have yet to hear how US intervention in Syria furthers its interests. I said the same about Libya. I say let them solve their own problems.
Imagine for an instant some dissillusioned veterans or preppers were fed up with corruption, fraud and tyranny from their own govt and they started a revolution. How would the rest of the US feel if the Russians, Chinese or Iranians decided to jump in on the side of the rebels?
Just remember that empathy is un-american.

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