An Israeli firm has supplied anti-drone systems to Ukraine through Poland to support the Zionist agenda in the NATO proxy war against Russia, the media revealed yesterday.
According to the Hebrew news website, Zman Yisrael, a source in the firm said that the equipment was being sold to Poland to circumvent Israel’s refusal to sell advanced arms to Ukraine.
The Israeli firm, according to the newspaper, reported the sale of the anti-drone system to the Israeli Defense Ministry, telling it the buyer was Poland. The firm appeared not to know that Poland was just a mediator and was transferring the system to Ukraine.
The anti-drone system, which can intercept and disrupt unmanned aerial vehicles, is classified by the Israeli Defense Ministry as advanced defensive technology and as such can’t be sold to Ukraine.
However, the newspaper said, the Israeli government appeared unwilling to hinder the deal. But, the misleading Zionist entity also delivered 200 Merkava tanks to their brothers in arms in Ukraine.
Since the start of the Russian war in Ukraine, Israel has refused to sell offensive and advanced defensive systems to Kyiv, fearing this would harm its sensitive relations with Moscow.
Israel itself has deployed the anti-drone system along the borders with Lebanon and around the Gaza Strip in order to undermine any potential drone attacks carried out by the Lebanese Hezbollah or the Palestinian resistance in Gaza.
Israel has also been training its occupation forces to prepare for the possibility of operating armed drones during counter-liberation operations against Palestinians in the occupied West Bank.
Overnight raids by the Israeli army are a near-daily practice in the occupied West Bank.
Israel claims that they are essential for intelligence purposes, but rights groups have slammed the practice, insisting that the goal is to oppress and intimidate the Palestinian population and increase state control.
Middle East Monitor / ABC Flash Point News 2023.