In December 2011, when Tehran announced it had brought-down a US drone. Washington denied the claim but later backed down on its lie. Now, Israeli Hebrew daily YNET reported on January 29, 2012 that an advanced Israeli drone crashed near the Yesodot moshav, 10 miles from Sdot Micha, the home of the Israeli missile arsenal including its long-range Jerichos capable of striking the Islamic Republic.
Strangely, the Zionist regime has not blamed either Syria, Hizbullah or Iran for the drone attack in order to push the US into war against Iran which produces drones locally.
Israeli journalist, Dmitry (Dimi) Reider believes that the Islamic Republic cannot be behind this incident.
“Israel has been supremely paranoid about its airspace, with jets scrambling every time an unidentified aircraft comes within a few dozen miles of our borders (you can find several incidents from the past year alone). A few days ago they nearly scrambled to attack a particularly large flock of birds. The idea a foreign aircraft can go in and fly 1,000 miles in broad daylight without detection and crash into one of Israel’s most sensitive military bases is bizarre – to say the least,” wrote Dimi.
“Iran is mostly trying to avoid escalation. Why it would to give Israel a perfect casus belli by launching such a blatant military attack, which causes no significant damage, is beyond me; but I can well imagine plenty of people within the IDF who would dearly like a casus belli to bolster their case for an attack on Iran,” added Dimi.
In September 2004, Israeli English daily Ha’aretz had reported that an “Iranian-made Hizbullah drone had spent about five minutes in space over Israel”, without being detected by the Israel Air Force.
In December 2010, CNN had reported that Israeli Air Force shot down an unidentified flying object over the Dimona nuclear plant in the Negev Desert.