Iran gets first missile shipment for S-300 system



Iran gets first missile shipment for S-300 system:

Projectiles indicate Russia is selling a more advanced model to Tehran, Iranian reports say

ed note–keep in mind something as we are all subjected to the obligatory screeching and wailing that will emanate from Mundus Judaicus relative to the arrival of the S-300–

The S-300 is a DEFENSIVE weapon. It is used by nations to shoot down OFFENSIVE weapons such as missiles or attack aircraft that have been arrayed against those nations. It is not used to carry nuclear weapons, biological weapons, chemical weapons, etc. The only reason that another country–such as I$rael–could/would object to Iran (or anyone else) possessing the S-300 is because it makes the business of risk-free aggression on the part of the Jewish state somewhere between difficult and impossible. Iran possessing the S-300 therefore prevents Israel from engaging in the kind of systematic, ritualistic state-sponsored human sacrifice that she perpetually and periodically perpetrates against the defenseless people of Gaza and the West Bank, and it is for this reason that Israel is incensed about Iran’s defensive capabilities.

Furthermore, remember that part of the black magic Israel uses in seducing the West (and others) into supporting the continued existence of the parasitic Zionist entity is the notion that GAAAAAWD wants Israel to exist and that GAAAAAAWD watches over her with a protective eye, ready to strike in an instant anyone who dares look upon his Chosen people with anything other than worshipful, fawning adulation, and therefore, when Israel gets her hind quarters kicked back across the border into her little Judaic shithole by resistance groups such as Hezbollah, it lays wide open the lie that GAAAAAAWD is looking over the well-being of his most favored creation and that she is therefore undefeatable.

Iran gets first missile shipment for S-300 system (Times of Israel)

Iran has received the first batch of missiles for the S-300 missile defense system, the Iranian Tasnim news agency reported on Monday.

The news agency said the missiles indicate that Moscow is supplying Tehran with the advanced S-300 PMU2 system rather than the PMU1, information it said has been kept under wraps.

Russia began delivery of the S-300 missile defense system to Iran in April, according to the Iranian foreign ministry.

The sale of the S-300 system has been reported by both Russia and Iran as imminent since the signing of the nuclear deal last year.

In April, Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Jaberi Ansari told local media that the delivery of the system had already begun.

“We had already announced that despite several changes in time of delivery, the deal is on its path of implementation. Today I should announce that the first part of these equipment has arrived in Iran and delivery of other parts will continue,” Ansari said, according to the Mehr news agency.

The Russian-made missile defense system is one of the most advanced of its kind in the world, offering long-range protection against both airplanes and missiles.

In 2010 Russia froze a deal to supply the system to Iran, linking the decision to UN sanctions instituted because of Tehran’s nuclear program. Putin lifted the suspension in July 2015, following Iran’s deal with six world powers that curbed its nuclear program in exchange for relief from international sanctions.

Israel has long sought to block the sale to Iran of the S-300 system, which analysts say could impede a potential Israeli strike on Tehran’s nuclear facilities. Other officials have expressed concern that the systems could reach Syria and Hezbollah, diluting Israel’s regional air supremacy.

The Israeli Air Force has trained for a scenario in which it would have to carry out strikes in Syria or Iran on facilities defended by the Russian-made S-300 air defense system.

In an interview late last year, IAF commander Maj. Gen. Amir Eshel said the S-300 was a “significant but not insurmountable challenge” for the IAF.

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