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BEIRUT, LEBANON (9:00 P.M.) – Israeli Air Force commander Major General Amikam Norkin met with the Russian military command on Friday to discuss a number of topics, including the recent downing of the IL-20 aircraft.

Following the meeting with the Russian command, Norkin informed the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu about the results of the meeting.

Netanyahu’s office released a statement in which the premier called for Israel to maintain contact with the Russian military command in Syria.

“This morning, Prime Minister Netanyahu held a meeting with the leadership of the security bloc, during which he listened to a detailed report of Air Force Commander Norkin on the talks in Moscow,” the press release said.

“The prime minister instructed [Norkin] to continue constant contacts with Russia,” the office said in a statement.

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sweet robert
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sweet robert

Heres is a novel idea, Israhell just stay the heck out of Syria. Problem solved.

Daeshbags-Sux
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Daeshbags-Sux

The raffidah lousy mullahs just have to stop their arms trafficking to UNSC-banned Lebanese terrorists and, well, Israelis actually stood heck out of Syria… it wasn’t the same for their GBU-39 guided bombs, LOL. Sincerely, if someone thinks they’ll stay idle waiting to receive thousands of missiles on their heads everyday, this person is a fool… The problem won’t be solved until these hateful anti-Semite fascists won’t stop working at the destruction of the state of Israel. In some ways, if there weren’t lives losts, it would even be amusing : Anyone with rational views feels like watching ‘Roadrunner and… Read more »

n.md.148
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n.md.148

russia will have to put a stop to israhell’s air aggression, once and for all – shoot these zio scumbags down

Daeshbags-Sux
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Daeshbags-Sux

The “aggression” is simple to stop : Apply UNSC Res.1701 : disarm Hellbollah, then let Iran respect the UN charter, stopping her shenanigans to destroy the state of Israel… Ooooops, no they want? And moreover they want Russia to violate UN Charter and its own vote at UNSC too… Dream on! You want to fück with Israel, take your responsibilities, Mother Russia won’t do your dirty job. BTW, you don’t brag about your Bavar 373 “Iranian S-300” performances : the battery you sent into Syria last year didn’t lasted 12 hours. Can’t you fücking act like a normal country? No… Read more »