stratrisks.com Recent halt on shipment of US missiles has led Israel to look to new military equipment and munition sources With the recent US announcement of that the Pentagon put on hold a shipment of ‘Hellfire’ missiles to Israel as a warning to Jerusalem, the country is turning to other arms and munition sources to acquire new weapons. Israel purchased hundreds of Russian-made shoulder-fire missiles in recent years, Israeli daily Haaretz reported Monday, although most weapons the army uses are produced locally. A significant portion of the IDF’s weapons is acquired with the use of American funds, totaling over $3 billion per year. According to the report, a quarter of the weapons and munitions manufactured in Israel is destined for army use while the rest is exported. to read more: stratrisks.com
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