Avia Pro: The Israeli air defense / missile defense system did not shoot down a single Syrian missile fired at IDF fighters.
During the Israeli aggression against Syria, Syrian S-200 systems fired at least four anti-aircraft guided missiles at Israeli aircraft. The latter managed to fly to the central part of Palestine, however, none of the Israeli Iron Dome air defense / missile defense systems could intercept them.
As it became known to the editors of the Avia.pro news agency, after successfully repelling an Israeli air raid, the Syrian military also attacked Israeli aircraft, firing S-200 air defense systems at each of them. The fighters planned to land at an air base in southern Israel, but after the missiles quickly began to catch up with them, the fighters unexpectedly headed towards the Mediterranean Sea.
It is known that Israeli pilots expected that the fired anti-aircraft missiles would be intercepted by the Iron Dome air defense / missile defense systems, however, according to Israeli media, Russia used its electronic warfare systems against Israel. As a result, none of the missiles was intercepted.
At the same time, experts note that the Syrian air defense systems did not have enough range and, probably, the speed of missiles to defeat Israeli fighters, although, despite the presence of S-300 systems in the CAA, the latter are still not used, but they would certainly have allowed to destroy IDF fighters.