An informed U.S. government insider said the Defense Intelligence Agency had used pictures taken from space as well as other data to determine that Israel had bombed a Yakhont missile cache on July 5. The Pentagon office reported the finding in a July 10 analysis.
“Six more months from now, if nothing changes [in Syria], that’s going to require Israel to do more, not less," U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) said on Tuesday. "Every time Israel has to take military action in the Middle East, that’s not a good thing.”
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