The Israeli military is changing its battlefield look as new threats emerge in the Middle East, in part from looted Libyan arms migrating across Egypt and into Gaza through the Bedouin smuggling pipeline. Already loose in Africa are advanced SA-18 anti-aircraft missiles from Eritrean military stocks and SA-24s delivered to the Libya military. Some of the SA-18s were given to Somali rebels. The SA-24s have simply disappeared and may be among those moved out of the country by black ...
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