BEIRUT, LEBANON (5:20 P.M.) – The Israeli F-35 stealth bomber allegedly flew undetected over Syria and Iraq during their attack on a Hashd Al-Sha’abi base in the Salaheddine Governorate last month, the Russian aviation website Avia.Pro reported.

Citing information provided by Iraqi intelligence, Avia.Pro reported that the main reason they were undetected by the Iraqi and Syrian air defenses was due to the F-35’s technological capabilities, which allegedly allowed them to be disguised as American warplanes.

“Experts note that in this way, the Israeli military may well confuse the Russian and Syrian air defense systems, the S-400 and S-300, providing protection of airspace over the ATS. However, it is important to note that such information remains without comment from the Israeli Ministry of Defense,” Avia.Pro stated.

“Moreover, experts pay attention to the fact that a few days earlier the Israeli media reported that Russian electronic warfare systems prevented Israel’s F-35s from flying over Syria, which indicates that similar attempts have already been made,” they added.

Israel has yet to comment on the allegations that their warplanes were responsible for the bombing of the Hashd Al-Sha’abi base in Iraq’s Salaheddine Governorate.

However, since then, the Iraqi government has warned that its military will down any unauthorized aircraft that enters their airspace.

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Gustavo Lopez Velazquez

undetected ? I do not think so.Better to say, Russia allowed Israel to make this fly.

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Andrew

Wishful thinking.

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Wouldn’t we all like to know the truth? First, spoofing as US planes does not constitute being undetected. Second, should Israel continue to do this, the US may be informed that due to their helping the Israelis accomplish this, US planes will no longer be allowed free passage and may be targeted. Third, this is reported by a Russian aviation site that is more than a little suspect. This is the same site that claimed the Israelis flew over Iran for kicks and giggles. Read this article (and accompanying comments): http://avia-pro.net/news/rossiyskiy-su-57-nazvali-nazvali-luzerom-sredi-f-35-i-f-22 Talk about a laugh, if this is an example… Read more »

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This piece is PURE 100% CERTIFIED BS by Al-Masdar News, a psych-op…..that is all it is….I wonder if ALM isn’t a mossad outfit to post psych-op crapola….

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New explosions in a PMU depot on Balad AB.
https://twitter.com/sfrantzman/status/1163910579402301440
Iranian media: Iraqi intelligence suspects that the explosion of the country base was carried out by a drone

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Israeil go to h**l.Good Bless Syria and other in fight Iran,Hezbolah.Palestinian.

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+++ “Israel has yet to comment on the allegations that their warplanes were responsible for the bombing of the Hashd Al-Sha’abi base in Iraq’s Salaheddine Governorate.” => Hashd Al-Sha’abi official version says the base wasn’t bombed but a fire started and triggered secondary explosion. For their arms depot in Baghdad, they say it’s an US drone. But when it comes to Iranian proxies or their masters, they ALWAYS cover up the hits DF causes to them, or any other force, as it’d ruin their propaganda while they actually achieve nearly nothing… => Israel isn’t into commenting on any allegation of… Read more »

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This is not surprising. Israel sent a team into downtown Tehran not long ago who broke into warehouses where they were storing nuclear documentation, stole same and made it safely back to Israel all the while F-35’s were overhead. Iran caught on when they were “leaving town” and were unable to respond. Iran, Hezbollah, Hamas and terrorists in general like to boast of their capabilities but the truth is usually something else.

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The F-35s over Iran were debunked several dozen times by evey possible defense and political outlets, for reasons are plenty and obvious,quit fantasizing over it. Same with the supposed stolen docs that didnt bring of modicum.of new tangible evidence or worthy piece of information not already known by the IAEA or shared by the Iranians. Mossad’s recent history of attempted targeted assassinations shames its former glory, with entire teams of operatives spotted and document in plain light by Jotdanian authorities last time they tried something ambitious,to quote only that. They cannot and will not directly take on Iran any time… Read more »

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+++ “with entire teams of operatives spotted and document in plain light by Jotdanian authorities last time they tried something ambitious,to quote only that.” => Jordan authorities captured the two Kidon (not Mossad) operatives who poisoned then Hamas leader Khaled Mashal in 1997. It’s a pity that king Hussein pushed Netanyahu into providing the antidote. Moreover, Jordan expelled all Hamas members 2 years later. Mashal moved to Syria with his clique where they later organised wide scale support for al-Nusra aka HTS… King Hussein should have left Mashal die like a cockroach exposed to Baygon-Green. +++ “The F-35s over Iran… Read more »

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You only parrot what the Iranian regime says… Their says are as reliable as what other Islamists like ISIS or al-Qaeda say… 1 -It’s a plain lie only parotted by the likes of Debka and some well-known dubious Saudi outlet sometimes quoted here on AL-Masdar, of which I forgot the name. The same ones saying Iran had bought 250 Su-30s 10 years ago,if anything the syrians debied anything ever happened,like they usually do to cover up their incapacity to respond ever since the civil war started. As always you make unsubstiated claims to satisfy your habitual zionist masters on a… Read more »

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1. I don’t advocate the use of nukes, idiot! I explain to morons that are willing to commit a genocide that they will follow those they want to genocide in the grave, or more likely precede them while failing in their projects. Look at the bunch of racists here, what a pleasure to tell them they nonetheless will fail, but they will burn for it with all their families and friends. They want actions and actions have consequences. 2. Again, I don’t give a fück about hasbara, actually, before one of your Basij-Gestapo colleague used this word herein about 2… Read more »

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1 – You do it on every turn, it is written ‘ “noir sur blanc”in almost every single page where your stain of a presence pollutes otherwise serious discussions and debate even heated with open explicit and unambiguous wishes for millions of Arabs and Iranians to get killed by various tyoes ofbnuclear bombs. Living in denial is another symptoms of your sick mind ? 2 – Ditto point 1. Considering ypur biblical takes on issues with a strong penchant for the Old Testamant + apocapyptic horseshyte about the Great Muslim Plot that you drop even once in a while (including… Read more »

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oh come on do a better job, if you’re gonna plagiarize me : you stole that one straight from my other post ,it’ a classic of Bibi bringing his favorite bedroom poster outside thinking he could to show it off to grown-ups ?????????????? As FM Zarif quite aptly said after that giant self-inflicted embarassment : “Ladies and gentlemen, sorry for this cartoonish circus,we can now resume serious discussions”. Claps could then be heard in the background, it was some unforgettable UN moment. You do realize this Faux Pas is a matter of major shame and now a renowned PR disaster… Read more »

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You take your case of regime puppet for a generality : I don’t need to be paid to abhor your mullahs vile regime, actually, one doesn’t needs to be hasbara or barbapapa from Tel-Aviv to despise this disgusting and hypocritical raffidah regime : 80% of Iranans dream of seeing Khamenei with a noose around his neck, and the sooner, the better. Let’s just hope he won’t end hanged before witnessing all that he did collapsing before his eyes, it’d be a pity if it didn’t happens or if he does like some other tyrants during the 40’s, committing suicide. It’s… Read more »

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“80% of Iranans dream of seeing Khamenei with a noose around his neck” I never said you were paid a$$howl, I said you were a lowlife pro-bono armchair slave working for free and thinking he’s so special,there is a nuance you missed here obviously. More like 90%now, your numbets are old pan,ask your master. And I’ve been a vocal advocator of such a fate for him and his regime stooges, I hate theocratic tirranies and religious zealots in general, ust like his israeli and Turkish brethren governed by the genocidal likes of Nuttanyahoo and Errdog, contrary to you I’m not… Read more »

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That was later proven to be a load of Netanhoohoo horse sh it as all that supposed info had been in the hands of Israel for years and not taken from Tehran at all. Another Petard at 90% ready to explode waffle to excite the gullible..

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Rod whatever you’re sniffing baby, I want some….kill 1 jew, live 1 year longer….

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IRGC didn’t managed to kill a single one…
Meanwhile, IDF has exterminated the quarter of them in Syria a few months ago. It even costed Jafiri his job

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Rod the mossad rat is having a WET DREAM…..a journey into pure delusional fantasy. …

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Those who did the Krystallnacht V.1.0 ended knowing something you will end learning too : all paths lead to Nuremberg…
Don’t believe me? Look! This is your future :
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Thus, some ended elsewhere :
e.g. Eichmann…
http://www.executedtoday.com/images/Endre_and_Baky_noosing.jpg
etc etc etc…

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Rod GILLIS : Mossad pulled a nuclear scientist out of Iran and helped get him to Britain in a joint operation with the MI6 and the CIA, the British Sunday Express newspaper reported last February. You know, now it’s not even necessary consider the use of Rafale, F-35, F-22 or B-2 to force into Iranian airspace : “classic” 4th gen fighters and B-52 can do the job : The regime shooting down of the MQ-4C Triton last June was their biggest blunder EVER. Only serious idiots would shoot down a M/RQ-4 Triton/Global-Hawk or anything like a RC-135 etc, filled with… Read more »

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Every single Defense and political outlet sounded the alarm and openly cl sieered the shootdown as a complete and utterly unexpected validation of Iran’s homegrown capabilities in air defense, no subsequent strikes happened even though Donald had ample reason and justification to go all the way. But fear of retaliation and the emergence of a brutal quagmyre certainly cooled his nuthead down. The Pentegon is still trying to process how exactly the Triton was taken down,since apparently both planners and operators failed to see a lone 3rd Khordad battery briefly lighting up in range after getting a firing solution from… Read more »

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+++ “Every single Defense and political outlet sounded the alarm and openly cl sieered the shootdown as a complete and utterly unexpected validation of Iran’s homegrown capabilities in air defense” ?????? RQ-4 cruise speed : 575km/h wingspan 39.9 m Service ceiling: 18,000 m Hey, a U-2 cruise speed is 880km/h, service ceiling is 24,000m… Wingspan = 32 m It took a 1957 Soviet technology S-75 Dvina to shoot down Francis Gary Powers’ U-2 in 1960, and a U-2 is smaller and flies faster and higher that a Triton/Global Hawk!!! Wow, BRAVO, clap clap clap! The Soviets shot down a harder… Read more »

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Rod Gillis : go learn about last April Neptune Falcon and Neptune Hawk drills, you may get your idea about which recipe Bolton is cooking now. It might be a very hot plate, hotter than the sun’s surface…