The armed UAV that was launched from Iran to Israel, and which we exclusively reported on, was shot down by a Navy ship

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                  By Meir Gurno our commentary on military and security matters

A security source stated that the armed UAV that Iran launched from its territory towards Israel, and which we exclusively reported here on April 9, was shot down by a Navy ship. We do not know where the UAV was intended to hit, but the accuracy capability of the Iranian UAVs is known, especially after the attack on the Saudi oil facilities about four years ago, and their shutdown.

According to the peace agreement that Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin signed with King Hussein, the father of the current Jordanian King Abdullah, in October 1994, each of the countries was prohibited from "collaborating with parties or coalition against the other country". Therefore, signing agreements that have aspects that affect Israel in the security, political and even economic sense, and certainly religious in the context that Iran gives the Temple Mount as a military religious bridgehead against Israel, could be considered a violation of the peace agreement.

Sovereignty over the Temple Mount is in the hands of Israel, but in the peace agreement Israel recognized Jordan's special status on the Temple Mount. The violation of the peace agreement may affect this special status, on the background of how Iran sees the Temple Mount as a bridgehead in a religious war against Israel; In light of the fact that a broad front is now forming against Israel under this religious/military view, it may cause Israel to reconsider the status quo on the Temple Mount, in the military and security aspect of the political reality, and not in the religious aspect.