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Submitted by Albrecht Klein (Germany), Jul 21, 2015 at 05:05

Iran and its proxies in Lebanon, Gaza, and perhaps some other countries (or state-like actors, anyway) would attack Israel with literally thousands of missiles of any kind. That is, your anti ballistic missile defense will be saturated and Israel will be destroyed - regardless of its technological superiority.

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