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Iranian Kamikaze Drones Threaten Israel

Updated on April 24, 2020

Several years ago, when the first American RQ-170 spy drone had been shot down or hijacked via GPS disinformation by the Iranians, it provided a treasure trove of information to them. Much of that information ended up in their home built drones that have become quite sophisticated, so much so, that the 25 drones used to attack Saudi oil assets from Yemen, mostly hit their targets and were not detected.

Now, Iran has announced that it has its own "kamikaze" drones that can fly at speeds up to 900 km per hour at an altitude of 12,000 meters AND have a range of 1500 km with a payload. These drones can stay aloft for several hours.

Iran has realized something that Hitler did back in 1940 with his V-1 rocket drones that terrorized London for weeks as hundreds were sent. These flew so fast that aircraft or ground fire could not intercept them very often. When the V-2 arrived, the payload was much greater and with great impact. Like then, Iran has decided it could mass produced these and blitz them to targets over Israel. They are far cheaper to make than aircraft and missiles. Their Ababil-3 and Karar drones are their most used since both have near pinpoint accuracy and have a bomb payload.

Their latest, the Karar, and it is a strategic drone and has been used like a kamikaze missile. These are armed with some type of smart bomb or guided missile technology. Many of their drones have now been sent to the Iranian base, T-4, inside Syria. From there, they are used against Israel. Hezbollah has also been given drones to use against Israel.

With over 5000 deaths from the virus inside Iran, the government is showing the world that its desire to destroy Israel continues.

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    • perrya profile imageAUTHOR

      perrya 

      2 months ago

      Agreed, they will never overthrow the government. They tried once and failed

    • emge profile image

      MG Singh 

      2 months ago from Singapore

      Perry's, no way Iran will ever be able to do it.

      There are many reasons for it but the biggest is the days of a glorious Iranian empire are over. They better watch their own backyard.

    • Wesman Todd Shaw profile image

      Wesman Todd Shaw 

      2 months ago from Kaufman, Texas

      Jews are not white. They pretend to be when it benefits them.

      I'm white. No escaping that one. I'm PROUD to be white too, and I do NOT wish to be associated with Jews.

      I'm a bit of an eschatology scholar. No, Iran won't be obliterating Israel any time soon. I've been wrong before though. If they do, it won't make any difference to me.

      Iranians are not pushing fake news 24/7 in the US. Iranians aren't monopolizing human trafficking in Hollywood, or at Comet Ping Pong (pizza place) in Washington, DC. Iranians aren't monopolizing and wrecking economies, funding both sides of every war, though international banking.

      That's all someone else.

      Sure, I don't like Iran's leaders either, but I sure like them better than the global pedophile banking and fake news, human trafficking elite. That's all someone else.

    • perrya profile imageAUTHOR

      perrya 

      2 months ago

      Jews are white, so are you and many others. The iranian government still has one goal to destroy Israel because of religion. I would never underestimate their determination. Israel will know doubt retaliate with the ultimate weapon Iran lacks. It is too bad the Iranian people just cannot overthrow its leaders bc they are great people

    • Wesman Todd Shaw profile image

      Wesman Todd Shaw 

      2 months ago from Kaufman, Texas

      I can find nothing in the way of sound reasoning for me to prefer Jews to Iranians. Iranians aren't on Twitter carrying on about how they want white people dead, and replaced in their own nations.

      I'm more rooting for Iran, however, I've very little hope they could threaten Israel.

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