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The West noted that Iran is becoming a powerful competitor to Israel in the field of arms

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The France-Presse news agency publishes material about Israel’s concern over Iran’s growing military power. In particular, it is noted that Iran is becoming a powerful competitor to Israel in the field of weapons: Iran has modern drones, Tehran is developing rocket technology.


The West noted that Iran is becoming a powerful competitor to Israel in the field of arms


We are also talking about the new unmanned aerial vehicle presented in Iran, which is called the reconnaissance-strike. The peculiarity of this UAV is that it has a range of more than 1 thousands of kilometers.

AFP:

The situation on the border of Israel and Lebanon demonstrates the complex dynamics in the region. Israel tried to use drones to strike at Hezbollah, two drones that, according to Lebanese sources, were Israeli, crashed in the southern suburbs of the Lebanese capital Beirut.

Added that Israel applied its Aviation, including unmanned, against pro-Iranian forces in Iraq, which in Baghdad was regarded as actions that could adversely affect the settlement process.

Now, according to AFP, Iran has its medium-range drones, in fact making it clear that Iran can also give an answer if no real attempts are made to get away from the confrontation.

Against this background, it became known that the UN Secretary General called on Israel and Lebanon, on the border of which an armed conflict broke out, to restraint.

António Guterres:
Lebanon and Israel need to abide by the 2006 agreement, the 1701 resolution - above all, in terms of a ceasefire.
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  1. Same lech
    Same lech 2 September 2019 07: 09
    -3
    Iran is becoming Israel’s powerful rival in arms development:

    Not a serious postulate ... the Iranians are copying weapons from captured and purchased samples ... what a competitor is it ... it’s ridiculous to even discuss this.
    1. nPuBaTuP
      nPuBaTuP 2 September 2019 07: 22
      +7
      Pretty good copy, do not you?
      1. rocket757
        rocket757 2 September 2019 07: 37
        +2
        Quantity does not always turn into quality .... but the factor of the resource base and perseverance, with which they will catch up / overtake, can play their own way!
      2. mvg
        mvg 2 September 2019 21: 36
        +1
        you don't find

        Copy F-5 (1964 aircraft of the year) in 2010 + years, this is YES, achievement. Having on hand Phantoms and F-14. With the help of China and Korea. Or T-72, with 50 summer experience .. What's in the drones, what's the stuffing? No one knows. Maybe the shahid is sitting there.
    2. KCA
      KCA 2 September 2019 08: 20
      +2
      It's scary even to think that the export versions of Avtobaza easily plant and fiddle with the supermegadrons of the United States and Israel, but what will EW do for the Ministry of Defense, without restrictions?
    3. Ros 56
      Ros 56 2 September 2019 08: 30
      +5
      And where did the Chinese start, recall? Laughs the one who laughs last. So calm Lech, not yet evening.
      1. Same lech
        Same lech 2 September 2019 08: 31
        0
        The Chinese have long gone to their success ... when the Iranians are lucky enough to have a big question. what
        1. Ros 56
          Ros 56 2 September 2019 08: 38
          +5
          I will not discuss this, I just want to express the idea that over the past 10-15 years, science and technology have stepped forward more than in the previous fifty. Do not find? Draw conclusions.
    4. Vladimir_6
      Vladimir_6 2 September 2019 08: 31
      +6
      Quote: The same Lech
      Iran is becoming Israel’s powerful rival in arms development:

      Not a serious postulate ... the Iranians are copying weapons from captured and purchased samples ... what a competitor is it ... it’s ridiculous to even discuss this.

      China is also copying. But you will not argue that this is not a serious postulate. Once they copy, it means there are technical capabilities and competent engineers for this.
      Do not forget about Iran’s nuclear program. It is also not a farmer involved.
      If Iran were not a competitor, then it would have long been "democracy". Like in Iraq.
    5. svp67
      svp67 2 September 2019 08: 37
      +8
      Quote: The same LYOKHA
      Iranians copy weapons

      Sorry, but in order to even COPY such weapons, you must have both a production and a scientific base. And how many countries are able to repeat this "copying"? Right now, the main thing is to look at what will happen next, they will limit themselves to this or use it as a "springboard" to reach a higher level. The main thing is that they have shown that they are capable of making such samples.
      1. VO3A
        VO3A 2 September 2019 11: 22
        +3
        Just primitive reasoning about UAV copying ... But does the control environment, information field, satellite coverage also copy it? It’s easy to copy a toy, and a reconnaissance UAV with real-time information exchange with target designation for its weapons systems up to airplanes and missiles, again in real time, cannot be copied ... It seems that you live in a parallel world .... And You cannot buy UAVs for your systems ... A separate UAV with separate control systems is a toy ... Why do you think such euphoria with shock UAVs? They create the illusion of equality, although they cost a lot of money and by the criterion of costs, the result is simply undressing the buyers and this is at their low efficiency ... And comicadze drones with a radius of destruction less than the firing range of light artillery systems are stupid ... And from this they make a great achievement. ..
        1. svp67
          svp67 2 September 2019 11: 34
          +1
          Quote: VO3A
          Just primitive reasoning about UAV copying ... But does the control environment, information field, satellite coverage also copy it?

          Well, judging by their "combat work" that they were able to copy exactly. And it's not for nothing that they are so eagerly rushing into space now.
          Quote: VO3A
          and a reconnaissance UAV with real-time information exchange with target designation for its weapons systems up to airplanes and missiles, again in real time, is impossible to copy ...

          I would not be so categorical, not being able to copy everything exactly, but knowing what and how "them", using their best practices and capabilities, it is already easier to create "your"
          1. VO3A
            VO3A 2 September 2019 11: 57
            +2
            You generally read what you write, and think, is this possible? They copy individual toys that are not structured into their systems with separate control systems ... UAVs are a sensor for their systems, and not a separate device ... Does anyone understand this on the forum? Okay, this is incomprehensible for the army command ... They have separate UAV regiments, as well as separate heads from the brains ... We also do not have such systems with UAVs. UAVs must be part of those units for whom they provide target designation or intelligence for making decisions in real time, and will be fixed directly to them ...
            1. svp67
              svp67 2 September 2019 19: 25
              0
              Quote: VO3A
              UAVs should be part of those units for which they provide target designation or reconnaissance for making decisions in real time, and they will be repaired directly ...

              It looks like you don’t understand something. To begin with, this is gradually happening. That is, the level of UAV subordination decreases, if there is already a conversation about equipping them with a separate tank and infantry fighting vehicle, then this already says a lot. But they are different UAVs and I think that you perfectly understand that heavy UAVs certainly should not be subordinate no less than the division commander.
              Quote: VO3A
              Well, for our army command this is not incomprehensible ...

              Why? It would not be incomprehensible, they would not order so many different ones.
              Quote: VO3A
              They have separate UAV regiments, as well as separate heads from brains ...

              Sorry, but when some technique is not enough, then combining them into single structures is the only correct solution confirmed by historical experience. But with their large income and the regular structure will change
    6. Rwmos
      Rwmos 2 September 2019 09: 07
      0
      China remember. Or Japan, especially before the WWII.
  2. capsid
    capsid 2 September 2019 07: 12
    -1
    Quote: The same Lech
    Iran is becoming Israel’s powerful rival in arms development:

    Not a serious postulate ... the Iranians are copying weapons from captured and purchased samples ... what a competitor is it ... it’s ridiculous to even discuss this.

    That is yes. plus lose people.
  3. Zeev Zeev
    Zeev Zeev 2 September 2019 07: 21
    -1
    Resolution 1701 bans the presence of Hezbollah fighters south of the Litani River. And the UN forces should monitor this. As yesterday's events (and not only yesterday's) show, UNIFIL is not coping with its task.
    And France Presse should change the journalists who so blindly trust Hezbollah sources. Of the two UAVs, the wreckage of which this organization presented, one is a civilian quadrocopter with a range of a couple of kilometers, and the other is an IRANIAN drone.
  4. Mavrikiy
    Mavrikiy 2 September 2019 07: 25
    +3
    The France-Presse news agency publishes material about Israel’s concern over Iran’s growing military power. In particular, it is noted that Iran is becoming a powerful competitor to Israel in the field of weapons: Iran has modern drones, Tehran is developing rocket technology.
    And Israel clicks its beak. Previously, fucked Iran for the attacks and security of Israel. Now they will fuck for arms markets? feel Double standarts. In truth, a complete lack of conscience.
    1. Zeev Zeev
      Zeev Zeev 2 September 2019 07: 39
      0
      Iran is not a competitor to Israel in the arms market and cannot be, especially in terms of high technology. Too different markets and too different levels of development.
    2. ender
      ender 2 September 2019 09: 33
      -1
      What specific markets?
      1. Zeev Zeev
        Zeev Zeev 2 September 2019 10: 36
        +1
        Africa, post-Soviet space, South and Latin America, Southeast Asia, Europe. These are the markets for Israeli weapons. In all these regilins, Iranian weapons can theoretically be bought only by Armenia, Venezuela, and possibly Sudan. Everyone else will not buy for political and economic reasons.
        1. ender
          ender 2 September 2019 10: 39
          -2
          even purely theoretically, sales to the above countries will compete with Russia rather than Israel
          1. Zeev Zeev
            Zeev Zeev 2 September 2019 10: 48
            +1
            Does the Russian military-industrial complex have medium-range UAVs on sale except for the Outpost? However, "Outpost" is also not for sale.
            1. ender
              ender 2 September 2019 11: 03
              0
              these countries have long been in the sphere of interests of the Russian military-industrial complex, incl. rather "outposts" will buy (on credit). and Iranian statements are often very out of touch with reality. Remember, at least, the Iranian "5th generation fighter"
  5. Ravil_Asnafovich
    Ravil_Asnafovich 2 September 2019 07: 44
    +3
    Something is wrong with Israel, they usually bomb silently, and when there are no witnesses left, they will be charged.
  6. Chaldon48
    Chaldon48 2 September 2019 07: 44
    +2
    Israel, with US support, is pursuing an expansion policy in the Middle East.
    1. Do not care
      Do not care 2 September 2019 07: 50
      +2
      Can you speak in human language?
      If you are testing the program of the next bot, then consider that the test did not pass. That sounds lousy.
      1. voyaka uh
        voyaka uh 2 September 2019 10: 16
        -1
        This is not a bot. Bots are much more sophisticated. This is a St. Petersburg troll factory.
        There are simple copy-paste templates prepared for all occasions. I think soon one bot will replace them all.
    2. Sky strike fighter
      Sky strike fighter 2 September 2019 08: 49
      0
      Quote: Chaldon48
      Israel, with US support, is pursuing an expansion policy in the Middle East.

      In fairness, it must be said that Iran, with the support of China, is also pursuing an expansion policy in the Middle East.
  7. aszzz888
    aszzz888 2 September 2019 08: 50
    0

    Now, according to AFP, Iran has its medium-range drones, in fact making it clear that Iran can also give an answer if no real attempts are made to get away from the confrontation. Israel He used his aircraft, including unmanned, against pro-Iranian forces in Iraq, which Baghdad regarded as actions that could adversely affect the settlement process.

    So they will fall into the epilepsy - and what for us! bully
  8. ultra
    ultra 2 September 2019 10: 51
    +4
    Quote: Zeev Zeev
    Resolution 1701 bans Hezbollah fighters south of the Litani River

    UN Security Council.
    RESOLUTION 106: Condemns Israel for the invasion of Gaza.
    RESOLUTION 111: Condemns Israel for the invasion of Syria, resulting in the deaths of 56 people.
    RESOLUTION 127: Demands that Israel submit to the UN and leave the “no man’s zone” in Jerusalem.
    RESOLUTION 162: Requires Israel to implement UN decisions.
    RESOLUTION 171: Condemns the brutal violence by Israel in the attack on Syria.
    RESOLUTION 228: Reprimands Israel for re-attacking Syria and the West Bank under Jordanian control.
    RESOLUTION 237: Demands that Israel allow another 1967 Palestinian refugees to return.
    RESOLUTION 248: Condemns Israel for the massive attacks in Karamé in Jordan.
    RESOLUTION 250: Calls on Israel not to hold a military parade in Jerusalem.
    RESOLUTION 251: Regrets the holding of the Israeli military parade in Jerusalem as a flagrant violation of UN Resolution 250.
    RESOLUTION 252: UN invalidates Israel’s attempt to declare Jerusalem the Jewish capital.
    RESOLUTION 256: Condemns the Israeli attack on Jordan as unacceptable violence.
    RESOLUTION 259: Regrets the refusal of Israel to accept a UN mission to inspect the occupied Palestinian lands.
    RESOLUTION 262: Condemns the Israeli attack on Beirut airport.
    RESOLUTION 265: Condemns Israel's aerial attack on Soli in Jordan.
    RESOLUTION 267: Reprimands Israel for administrative actions to change the status of Jerusalem.
    RESOLUTION 270: Condemns Israel for air attacks on villages in southern Lebanon.
    RESOLUTION 271: Condemns Israel for non-compliance with UN Resolutions on Jerusalem.
    RESOLUTION 279: UN requires Israeli withdrawal from Lebanon.
    RESOLUTION 298: Regrets the change by Israel of the status of Jerusalem.
    RESOLUTION 313: UN demands that Israel cease attack on Lebanon
    RESOLUTION 316: UN condemns Israel for repeated attacks on Lebanon.
    RESOLUTION 317: Regrets the refusal of Israel to release the Arabs captured in Lebanon.
    RESOLUTION 332: UN again condemns Israel for attacking Lebanon.
    RESOLUTION 337: UN condemns Israel for violating Lebanese sovereignty.
    RESOLUTION 347: Condemns Israel for the ongoing attacks on Lebanon.
    RESOLUTION 425: UN calls on Israel to withdraw troops from Lebanon.
    RESOLUTION 427: Calls on Israel to completely withdraw its troops from Lebanon.
    RESOLUTION 444: UN regrets Israel’s refusal to cooperate with UN peacekeeping forces.
    RESOLUTION 446: The UN decides that Israeli settlements are a serious obstacle to peace and calls on Israel to comply with the Fourth Geneva Convention.
    RESOLUTION 450: The UN again calls on Israel to end its attacks on Lebanon.
    RESOLUTION 452: UN calls on Israel to stop building illegal settlements in the Occupied Palestinian Territory.
    RESOLUTION 465: The UN regrets the illegal construction of Israeli settlements in the Palestinian communities and calls on all UN member states not to contribute to the illegal construction of Israeli settlements.
    RESOLUTION 467: The UN deeply regrets the ongoing Israeli intervention in Lebanon.
    RESOLUTION 468: UN calls on Israel to reverse the decision to illegally expel legally elected Palestinian mayors and judges and facilitate their return to their posts.
    RESOLUTION 469: UN extremely regrets the refusal of Israel to heed the decisions of the UN Security Council on the refusal of deportation of Palestinians.
    RESOLUTION 471: The UN expresses its utmost concern over Israel’s refusal to implement the Fourth Geneva Convention.
    RESOLUTION 476: The United Nations reiterates that Israel’s claim to Jerusalem is baseless and void.
    RESOLUTION 478: The UN harshly condemns Israel for its claim to Jerusalem in the so-called Basic Law.
    RESOLUTION 484: UN requires Israel to allow back two elected and deported Palestinian mayors.
    RESOLUTION 487: The UN Security Council strongly condemns Israel’s attack on a peaceful nuclear facility in Iraq.
    RESOLUTION 497: The UN recognizes the Israeli annexation of the Syrian Golan Heights as baseless and void and demands its immediate cessation.
    RESOLUTION 498: UN requires Israel to withdraw troops from Lebanon.
    RESOLUTION 501: The UN requires Israel to immediately and unconditionally withdraw troops from Lebanon.
    RESOLUTION 509: UN requires Israel to withdraw troops from Lebanon.
    RESOLUTION 515: The UN requires Israel to lift the blockade of Beirut and allow food humanitarian assistance there.
    RESOLUTION 517: The United Nations condemns Israel for refusing to comply with the UN Resolutions and again demands that Israel withdraw troops from Lebanon.
    RESOLUTION 518: UN requires Israel to cooperate fully with UN peacekeepers in Lebanon.
    RESOLUTION 520: UN condemns Israel for attacking western Beirut.
    RESOLUTION 573: The UN strongly condemns Israel for the bombing of Tunisia and the attack on the PLO headquarters.
    RESOLUTION 587: The UN again condemns Israel and draws attention to past calls for Israel to withdraw troops from Lebanon.
    RESOLUTION 592: UN strongly condemns student killing at Palestinian Bir Zeit University.
    RESOLUTION 605: The UN deeply regrets Israel’s human rights policies towards the Palestinians.
    RESOLUTION 607: The UN calls on Israel not to deport Palestinians and urges Israel to implement the Fourth Geneva Convention.
    RESOLUTION 608: The UN deeply regrets that Israel defiantly disregarded the UN opinion and deported Palestinian civilians.
    RESOLUTION 636: UN deeply regrets the deportation of Palestinians by Israel.
    RESOLUTION 641: UN extremely regrets the deportation of Palestinians.
    RESOLUTION 672: UN condemns Israel for violence against Palestinians on the holy mountain of Al-Haram Al-Sharif.
    RESOLUTION 673: UN regrets the refusal of Israel to cooperate with the UN.
    RESOLUTION 681: UN regrets the resumption of deportations of Palestinians by Israel.
    RESOLUTION 694: The UN again regrets the eviction and deportation of Palestinians by Israel and calls on Israel to guarantee their safe return.
    RESOLUTION 726: The United Nations again strongly condemns Israel for the deportation of Palestinians.
    RESOLUTION 799: The UN strongly condemns the deportation by Israel of 413 Palestinian families and demands their immediate return. wassat
    1. Vitaly gusin
      Vitaly gusin 2 September 2019 16: 20
      0
      Quote: ultra
      UN Security Council.

      Why retype what was already
      "Dym71 (Andrey) 19 August 2019 09:42"
      There, you multiply read my answer.
      And here I will expand it, so that there would no longer be a desire to write again.
      RESOLUTION 106: Condemns Israel for the invasion of Gaza. 1955 YEAR
      RESOLUTION 799: UN condemns Israel's deportation of 413 Palestinian families 1992 year
      How, you understand, the USSR was melting with all these resolutions, and today they have TWO the same price.
      But this is not the most important thing.
      UN Plan for Partition of Palestine adopted November 29, 1947 by resolution No. 181
      Egypt, Syria, Lebanon, Transjordan, Saudi Arabia, Iraq and Yemen did not agree with the UN decision about the division, regular troops entered Palestine and started a war against the Jewish armed forces, saying that the creation of an Arab state would be divided between Syria (Eastern Galilee), Transjordan (Samaria and Judea) and Egypt (southern part
      What happened we know.
      Now, I think it is understandable WITH WHAT ARTICLE ISRAEL SHOULD FULFILL ALL THESE DECISIONS WHEN THE MOST IMPORTANT Arabs ARE NOT FULFILLED AND TODAY IS NOT GOING TO FULFILL.
      1. ultra
        ultra 2 September 2019 16: 26
        +1
        Actually, it was a post to your compatriot who called for the implementation of the UN resolution. And Israel should fulfill or not, personally to me, on the drum. If only he would not get into Syrian affairs.
        1. Vitaly gusin
          Vitaly gusin 2 September 2019 17: 52
          0
          Quote: ultra
          If only he did not meddle in Syrian affairs.

          And why does it bother you so much more than the government and the ministry of defense?
          The national security advisers of the three countries - John Bolton (USA), Nikolai Patrushev (Russia) and Meir Ben-Shabbat (Israel) - met on Tuesday, June 25, at the Orient Hotel in Jerusalem to discuss a range of Middle Eastern topics with particular emphasis on the situation around Iran and Syria and accepted a joint agreement.
          If you have an objection, contact them.
  9. Bookcase
    Bookcase 2 September 2019 18: 54
    0
    All science began in China and in Iran. And although it was a very long time ago - everything in this world repeats itself, passing spiral cycles. It is possible that now, again, the time is coming when China and Iran - will become strong in the sciences, and starry - striped with Israel - will again become - backward.
  10. nobody111body
    nobody111body 2 September 2019 19: 33
    0
    well, and that from these resolutions, some kind of UNO — not these stupid resolutions should be scribbled and fought with Israel; to begin with, at least bring down their gangsters-pilots and in response to all that they launch in Syria it is necessary that they fly in response to their Jewish heads; and it is empty talk; are we afraid? then we transfer the entire base in Syria to their general staff and leave our volunteers there but already under the command of the Syrians
    1. Vitaly gusin
      Vitaly gusin 2 September 2019 20: 03
      0
      Quote: nobody
      we transfer the entire base in Syria to their general staff and leave our volunteers there but already under the command of the Syrians

      Forward to the past!
      Not really the rake is bewitched, and attract, it’s good that there are those on whom this rake is sobering.
  11. Nadir shah
    Nadir shah 3 September 2019 20: 18
    0
    Quote: Mavrikiy
    The France-Presse news agency publishes material about Israel’s concern over Iran’s growing military power. In particular, it is noted that Iran is becoming a powerful competitor to Israel in the field of weapons: Iran has modern drones, Tehran is developing rocket technology.
    And Israel clicks its beak. Previously, fucked Iran for the attacks and security of Israel. Now they will fuck for arms markets? feel Double standarts. In truth, a complete lack of conscience.

    Jews, what can I say. They knowingly have a roof in the form of the United States.