ASHDOD, Israel — A recent bombing attack on an arms factory in Sudan may point to an Israeli electronic warfare capability that allows non-stealthy aircraft to avoid being targeted by radar. The president of Sudan, Omar al-Bashir, has declared that he will launch a “painful” retaliation on his “Zionist enemy” for the attack on a Khartoum arms factory that used what he called superior, radar-evading aircraft technology. Israel has not acknowledged the attack on the factory, which ...
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