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Israel’s Patriot Missile Scores Hit on Enemy Target

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Philip Harris   ConflictDaily.com   27 April 2017

The Social media channels for the Israeli Military announced shortly after the suspected Israeli Air Force (IAF) air raid near the Damascus military air port, that an enemy air target had been shot down using the Patriot missile system over the Golan Heights air space.

Currently, Israeli media are reporting that the target shot from the skies over the Israeli part of the Golan Heights was a drone.  But, the Israeli military will not confirm whether the target shot down was a drone or something else.

Patriot missiles are a system designed with the United States and Israel to create an air defense shield that will prevent the massive amounts of rockets and missiles that both Hezbollah and Hamas in Gaza has aimed at Israel.

Israel has stated and continues to state they will not allow a terrorist front to be set up inside of Syria on the Golan Heights just like it has been set up in Lebanon.  Syria says they will shoot down any Israeli air craft in their airspace.  This leaves one big question, what are Russia and the U.S. military doing to prevent these scenarios?  Or is this a part of a bigger plan?  History tells us that this is most likely part of a grand plan.

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