August 23, 2011 - Iranian PressTV reports that Israeli
jet fighters have reportedly
conducted drills at a military base in Iraq
in order to strike targets inside Iran. Even though the Pentagon has so far denied this development which could simply send oil to $two hundred, we are much more curious what Israel
has to say, or a lot more especially do, in response to this kind of allegations.
A significant amount of Israeli warplanes have been noticed at al-Asad base in Iraq, noted a resource close to well known Iraqi cleric Muqtada al-Sader's group.
The aircraft reportedly integrated F-15, F-sixteen, F-18, F-22, and KC-10 jet fighters.
The warplanes carried out their week-extended exercise routines at nights, the exact same supply added.
The drills have been reportedly aimed at getting ready to strike Iran's air defense systems, disrupt Iran's radars and assault targets deep inside Iran.
Iraqi officials had not been notified of the workouts, which had been performed in collaboration with the US military.
The United States maintains several bases in Iraq, and the Baghdad authorities is not concerned in any of the military deployments getting location there.