ISRAEL (OBSERVATORY) – Israel will not participate in joint air exercises with the United States for fear of an Iranian reaction.
The Israeli army has decided not to send its F-15s to Alaska to participate in joint air exercises with the United States. Israeli media say the decision was made by the military because of Tel Aviv’s concerns about Iran’s presence in Syria.
The Israeli army is worried about retaliation by Tehran after the Israeli strike against T4 airbase in Syria. Some Israeli sources claim that Iranian drones could hit Israeli military sites.
Recently, Israeli Education Minister Naftali Bennett accused Iran of wantonly targeting and smothering Israel.