The number of Arrow interceptor missiles Israel will buy for its missile defense system hasn't been determined, but a knowledgeable source said yesterday there is "no way" that Arrows will outnumber the Scud missiles of potential enemies in the Middle East. Israel will buy two Arrow batteries. They are intended for deployment close to Tel Aviv and south of Haifa, to allow coverage of more than 80% of Israel's territory, population and strategic sites, the source said. The ...
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