IRAN UNVEILS ‘KHAIBAR SHEKAN’ MISSILE WITH A RANGE OF 900 MILES THAT’S CAPABLE OF HITTING ISRAEL AND AMERICAN MILITARY TARGETS IN THE MIDDLE EAST

Iran unveiled a new missile on Wednesday with a reported range that would allow it to reach both US bases in the region as well as targets inside its archfoe Israel. State TV reported that the missile uses solid fuel and has a range of 1,450 kilometers (900 miles). It is called the Khaibar-buster, a reference to a Jewish castle overrun by Muslim warriors in the early days of Islam. The report said the Khaibar Shekan missile has high accuracy, is manufactured completely domestically, and can defeat missile shield systems. The information has not been independently verified. Israel’s closest point to Iran is some 1,000 kilometers (620 miles) away. The report comes as negotiations continue in Vienna to revive Tehran’s tattered nuclear deal with world powers. Iran, which has long said it does not seek nuclear weapons, insists its missile program is only a deterrent.

Iran unveiled their new ‘Khaibar Shekan’ missile on Wednesday with a reported range that would allow it to reach both US bases in the region as well as targets inside its archfoe Israel. State TV reported that the missile uses solid fuel and has a range of 1,450 kilometers (900 miles).

Iran is a lot like North Korea, pathological liars and always wanting you to think they have more military capabilities than they actually do, and yet, you would be quite foolish indeed to not take their threats seriously because one day they’ll surprise you. Go back and watch some of the movies and cartoons made about Adolf Hitler, mocking him as the ‘funny little man with the moustache’ right up to the moment he kills 12 million people in concentration camps, 6 million of them being Jews. Suddenly not so little or funny anymore. Think of Iran like that.

For, lo, thine enemies make a tumult: and they that hate thee have lifted up the head. They have taken crafty counsel against thy people, and consulted against thy hidden ones. They have said, Come, and let us cut them off from being a nation; that the name of Israel may be no more in remembrance.” 

Psalm 83:2-4 (KJB)

Meanwhile, sit back and prepare yourself to witness the Russian invasion of Ukraine which is about to pop any day now. Especially interesting was the surprise meeting between Emmanuel Macron and Putin earlier in the week, which was as bizarre as it was fascinating. “I secured an assurance there would be no deterioration or escalation,” Macron said before meeting with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in Kyiv. However, the Kremlin has not confirmed that report. Round and round she goes, and where she stops, your King James Bible knows. Amen.

Iran unveils new Khaibar Shekan missile said to put Israel and US regional bases within range

FROM THE TIMES OF ISRAEL:  — Iran unveiled their new Khaibar Shekan missile on Wednesday with a reported range that would allow it to reach both US bases in the region as well as targets inside its archfoe Israel. State TV reported that the missile uses solid fuel and has a range of 1,450 kilometers (900 miles). It is called the Khaibar-buster, a reference to a Jewish castle overrun by Muslim warriors in the early days of Islam.

The report said the Khaibar Shekan missile has high accuracy, is manufactured completely domestically, and can defeat missile shield systems. The information has not been independently verified.

Israel’s closest point to Iran is some 1,000 kilometers (620 miles) away. The report comes as negotiations continue in Vienna to revive Tehran’s tattered nuclear deal with world powers. Iran, which has long said it does not seek nuclear weapons, insists its missile program is only a deterrent.

Iran has missiles that can travel up to 2,000 kilometers (1,250 miles).

Earlier in January Iran tested an engine for a solid-fuel rocket designed to launch satellites. Satellite carriers usually use liquid fuel but solid-fuel rockets can be adapted for mobile launchers that can be driven anywhere on a major road or rail system. Pure solid-fuel rockets are mostly associated with ballistic missiles systems.