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May 12, 2008

Retiring IDF Air Force Commander On Striking Iran: "Nothing Is Impossible"

Topics: Middle East News and Perspectives

Outgoing Air Force Chief Maj. Gen. Eliezer Shkedy on Monday in addressing the Iranian threat says he remains concerned about the Iranian threat, and hints future missions may prove extent of Israel's reach:

[...] "Nothing is impossible. Air Force officers are providing remarkable responses to the various issues at hand, and this includes dealing with long ranges," Air Force officers are providing remarkable responses to the various issues at hand, and this includes dealing with long ranges,"

"The IAF is outstanding, and it is prepared for any mission the country will task it with," he said.

[...] "Much is being done at the moment, and the results speak for themselves."

"Nothing is impossible"? You have to admire the way this man thinks, as well as admire his performance.

Just ask the Syrians about the nuke facility that they use to have. Iran's a lot further away, but I have little doubt that the IDF will find a way to successfully execute its mission should it determine that it's necessary.

Related: IDF raid seized nuclear material before Syria air strike

Posted by Richard at May 12, 2008 4:38 PM



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