It's in Hebrew, but basically what happened is a pair of IAF F-35s took pictures flying over Beirut Lebanon in broad daylight and they weren't detected. Then, they went on to gloat that none of the Russian radar and missile systems where able detect the plane. It's a dangerous game to be playing IMO. Perhaps the Americans should remind them not to gloat about such things. https://news.walla.co.il/item/31600...eral&utm_campaign=socialbutton#!/wallahistory "Today (Tuesday), Major General Nurkin decided to open an opening in the wall of ambiguity and expose an international conference of the IAF at the Air Force House in Herzliya to more than 20 commanders of foreign troops from around the world. Norkin revealed a photograph taken in the light of a huge plane on the backdrop of Beirut in Lebanon over the head of Hezbollah's secretary-general, who is preoccupied with threats to the home front of Israel from time to time, one huge airplane photographed another huge airplane, and the picture of a plane shining from the sun against the backdrop of dense buildings and the Lebanese coastline The message is clear: the air force operates freely throughout the Middle East despite the various threats, and despite the presence of superpowers like Russia in the region"