An Oct. 24 bombing raid on the Yarmouk weapons factory near Khartoum, Sudan, destroyed dozens of shipping containers thought to be carrying rockets and other weapons headed for Egypt’s lawless Sinai peninsula and Hamas-run Gaza. In analyzing the latest attack, a senior U.S. Air Force official suggested that if the Israelis conducted the Khartoum attack, it would likely have been carried out by Tel Aviv’s longest-range aircraft — its F-15Is – for several reasons. The round-trip ...
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