The likelihood of an Israeli strike is higher before the S-300 defense systems are purchased from Russia and deployed.
Fearing an Israeli attack, Iran has bolstered its defenses around its nuclear sites.
According to a report on Israel’s Channel 10 news, Teheran is particularly worried about an attack before a possible approval of the nuclear deal by the U.S. Congress this month and has raised its alert level to a maximal level.
Iran recently unveiled new radar systems and has carried out a number of drills including testing anti-aircraft missiles above the Bushehr reactor.
Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei told officials at the Khatam ol-Anbia Air Defense Base in Teheran that they “should permanently enhance your preparedness and options for confronting different threats.”
Full article: Report: Iran’s defenses at nuclear site on alert for Israeli attack (World Tribune)
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