Russian fighters intercepted Israeli aircraft, trying to trick the Syrian S-300

Avia Pro: A little more than a day ago, Israeli F-16s tried to strike at the outskirts of the Syrian capital, firing at least 10 Delilah cruise missiles on the territory of Syria.

Nevertheless, as it turned out, at least two Israeli combat aircraft tried to trick the S-300 air defense systems by entering into Syrian airspace from Jordan, however, Israeli fighters were trapped – Russian Su-35s were immediately sent to meet them, which forced the Israeli air force to retreat.

As follows from the information provided by the Twitter account of Syrian MC, Russian fighters were located over the southern part of Syria, which, presumably, indicates the interception of Israeli military aircraft. Moreover, the information on this subject is also confirmed by the Twitter account Sentry Syria, which monitors the situation in the sky over Syria.

Source:  Avia.pro

 

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7 COMMENTS

  1. Veteran Tomorrow, “With truth having always been the first casualty of (western instigated) war, truth has been brought back into the picture by the Russians. I see a little more hope for the future now.” The great thing about truth is, that though it can be hidden, it cannot be destroyed. And as the proverb says: “Truth is like the rising Sun, when it comes above the horizon, it cannot be hidden behind a man’s hand.”
    I think your point about the Russians carefully educating the world about the reality of the War on Syria, is valid and very important. One can see signs of people waking up in the correspondence columns, of even the gutter press.

  2. probably criminal jews would have attempt to shot down the SU 35, if this will be possible, but when they see a SU35 they know very well to having NO HOPES to exit unabated after meet that great airplane.
    IsraHELL regime, a fascist regime, whatever fascist can mean they behave as fascists and criminals.
    Russia, now, must, after all that patience, start to make think zionists, americans, westerners that the music changed

  3. What do Israeli people think of this all ? What about an attack on them (because they will be the victim, not Netanyahu.)

    • I agree. And I think they will eventually unless Israel backs off. But I have to admire the patience of the Russians. I admit that I would not have been so patient.

      In this entire Syrian conflict, I see Russia’s role as educating the western world. Before Syria, whatever we knew about the world was through our western govts and TV. Exposing ISIS, where they get their funding from, where the oil goes, how it’s transported, the weapons they get, Turkey’s role, Israel’s role, etc etc etc were all gradually taught to us by the Russian intervention in Syria. They have done a magnificent job! While they certainly would have had the right to blow an Israeli plane out of the sky in the beginning, the western world/people would likely have reacted negatively because we didn’t know the full story. But now we do. I feel it’s now at a tipping point, and Russia, Israel, Washington all know it, where Russia/Syria will shoot down a US/UK/Israeli fighter and the world world will erupt in cheers and support. (But that’s from MY point of view… so perhaps more time is still needed to educate more people).

      With truth having always been the first casualty of (western instigated) war, truth has been brought back into the picture by the Russians. I see a little more hope for the future now.

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