Plane breaches Dimona reactor's airspace
Hanan Greenberg
Published: 06.10.09, 14:12
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1. the pilot should pay the jets costs
monstar   (10.06.09)
2. Airspace
Resistor   (10.06.09)
Just as Israel protects its airspace, particularly around Dimona where there are NOT 200+ nuclear warheads, or centrifuges, or any other nasties, Saudi Arabia protects its airspace. So any Israeli on a joy flight to Iran, will have to go the long way. Sorry about that.
3. i dont think the pilot should pay
oren ,   isreal   (10.06.09)
the money- it just was an amistake.
4. Resistor's continued ignorance:
Robert Haymond ,   Ashdod, Israel   (10.06.09)
Most of the Arab world is so unnerved by Iran that it is likely to cooperate with Israel should Israel decide to strike Iran. That would mean permission to fly over their respective airspaces and to land in their countries if necessary. This would include Saudi Arabia. Even if this were not the case, Israeli missiles can reach Iran and pinpoint targets. I know you offend Israel every chance you get, "Resistor", but at least keep up with current events so that your criticisms bear some significance.
5. #4
Resistor   (10.06.09)
I do
6. # 4
Birdi ,   Israel   (10.06.09)
Good reply Robert. Every opportunity Resistor has he will bash Israel with his hateful posts.
7. robert 4#
avrom ,   bet shemesh   (10.06.09)
The arab states are on their knees begging Israel to sort out the Iranian nuclear problem as they know the US under Obama will not
8. To protect the security of the Dimona
jason white ,   afula,israel   (10.06.09)
plant, the pilot should have been shot down when first spotted.
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