Aerial operations and battles involving Israel.pdf

Aerial operations and battles involving Israel

Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 32. Chapters: 1972 Israeli air raid in Syria and Lebanon, 1973 al-Mazzah Airport Raid, 1973 Syrian General Staff Headquarters Raid, 2009 Sudan airstrikes, Abbas al-Musawi, Ain es Saheb airstrike, Operation Boxer, Operation Focus, Operation Model 5, Operation Mole Cricket 19, Operation Moses, Operation Opera, Operation Orchard, Operation Priha, Operation Solomon, Operation Tagar, Operation Tarnegol, Operation Wooden Leg, Qana airstrike. Excerpt: Operation Opera (Hebrew: ¿), also known as Operation Babylon, was a surprise Israeli air strike carried out on 7 June 1981, that destroyed a nuclear reactor under construction 17 kilometers (10.5 miles) southeast of Baghdad, Iraq. This operation was after Irans Operation Scorch Sword that damaged this nuclear facility months before. In 1976, Iraq purchased an Osiris-class nuclear reactor from France. While Iraq and France maintained that the reactor, named Osirak by the French, was intended for peaceful scientific research, the Israelis viewed the reactor with suspicion, and said that it was designed to make nuclear weapons. On 7 June 1981, a flight of Israeli Air Force F-16A fighter aircraft, with an escort of F-15As, bombed and heavily damaged the Osirak reactor. Israel claimed it acted in self-defense, and that the reactor had less than a month to go before it might have become critical. Ten Iraqi soldiers and one French civilian were killed. The attack took place about three weeks before the elections for the Knesset. The attack was strongly criticized around the world and Israel was rebuked by the United Nations Security Council and General Assembly in two separate resolutions. The destruction of Osirak has been cited as an example of a preventive strike in contemporary scholarship on international law. The Osirak reactor prior to the Israeli attack Iraq had established a nuclear program sometime in the 1960s, and in the mid-1970s looked to expand it through the acquisition of a nuclear reactor. After failing to convince the French government to sell them a gas-graphite plutonium-producing reactor and reprocessing plant, and likewise failing to convince the Italian government to sell them a Cirene reactor, the Iraqi government convinced the French government to sell them an Osiris-class research reactor. The purchase also included a smaller accompanying Isis-type reactor, the sale of 72 kilograms of 93% enriched uranium and the training of personnel. The

9 Mar 2018 ... “When necessary, US forces will deploy in Israel and fight alongside Israel's Aerial Defense Division in order to protect Israel from missiles,” ... 13 Apr 2002 ... prior to Operation Defensive Shield ... on April 13, 2002, after the battle. ... Additional aerial views of combat zone in Jenin refugee camp: ©IDF

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