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+ - Weapons Experts Raise Doubts About Israel's Antimissile System->

Lasrick writes: The NYTimes has the inevitable article about the data that now shows the Iron Dome missile defense system really didn't work as claimed during Israel's skirmish in Gaza back in November. MIT's Ted Postol, one of the world's top experts in the area, thinks it can't be more than 10-20 percent! An article in the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists back in December predicted as much, with more of a scientific explanation of why it couldn't really work as claimed: http://www.thebulletin.org/web-edition/op-eds/iron-dome-behind-the-hoopla-familiar-story-of-missile-defense-hype
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Weapons Experts Raise Doubts About Israel's Antimissile System

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