Russian Publication Says Israel Jamming Syrian Air Defenses Due to Poor Missile Success Rate Russian Publication Says Israel Jamming Syrian Air Defenses Due to Poor Missile Success Rate
This post was originally published on this siteAn undated handout photo distributed by Syrian News Agency (SANA) on July 9, 2012 shows a missile... Russian Publication Says Israel Jamming Syrian Air Defenses Due to Poor Missile Success Rate
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An undated handout photo distributed by Syrian News Agency (SANA) on July 9, 2012 shows a missile being launched from a mobile platform during a live ammunitions exercise by Syrian air defence forces in an undisclosed location.

BEIRUT, LEBANON (8:35 A.M.) – Israel has begun jamming the Syrian air defenses due to their alleged poor missile success rate in Syria, the Russian website Aria Pro claimed on Sunday.

According to the Russian publication, only 30-40 percent of the Israeli missiles have managed to hit their recent targets in Syria.

The Israeli military’s decision to jam the Syrian air defenses is nothing new; they have done this on a number of occasions in the past.

Furthermore, despite these claims, the satellite images that were released after the recent Israeli attacks on Tal Al-Harra in Daraa and the T-4 Airbase in Homs showed the effectiveness of their missiles, as the targeted sites were destroyed by these projectiles.

Since June 1st, the Israeli military has attacked the Syrian Armed Forces on three occasions, with the most encounter taking place at the hilltop town of Tal Al-Harra.

The Israeli target at Tal Al-Harra was a Syrian military base that was allegedly used as an observation post near the occupied Golan Heights region.

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