Armed terror drones to be part of future wars, defense analyst tells ‘Post’

The prospect of Israel having to deal with armed, hostile, attack drones capable of firing rockets or small missiles at Israeli targets while flying over Lebanon or even Gaza is growing.

Despite the rising prominence of terrorist drones, Tal Inbar, head of the Space Research Center at the Fisher Institute for Air and Space Strategic Studies in Herzliya, told The Jerusalem Post this week that the threat remains manageable.

Many reports that focus on the firepower capabilities of Hezbollah or Hamas list rocket and missile stockpiles and briefly mention the well-known fact that both of these highly armed semi-state terrorist organizations have their own drone fleets.


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