2. Pentagon: Despite Nuclear Deal,
Iran Improving Ballistic Missileshttp://www.worldjewishdaily.com/iran-improves-missiles.php
A new report, published by the U.S. Department of Defense, reveals Iran is becoming more and more of a cyber and ballistic security threat.
Iran has increased its cyber-attack capabilities and developed more advanced ballistic missiles since the nuclear deal was signed in November 2013, the Pentagon said.
Iran retains “a substantial inventory of missiles capable of reaching targets throughout the region, including U.S. military bases and Israel,” the Pentagon announced in its annual report to Congress on Iran’s military strength.
Since the deal was reached, Iran has conducted several ballistic missile tests, the most recent one having a range of 2,500 miles. In March, Iran tested a missile with an 870-mile range, which had "Israel must be wiped off the face of the earth" written on the missile in Hebrew.
Max Singer, of the Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies, published an analysis in Arutz Sheva of newly designed accurate missiles and said Iran has recently acquired the technology for such missiles.
"Iran is thought to have delivered missiles to Hezbollah that are designed to reach deep into Israel and deliver 500 kg of high explosive to within meters of their targets," he warns.
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