On the morning of September 17, 2018, Russia’s Ministry of Defense revealed new findings in the crash of the MH-17 flight investigation.
New evidences presented by the military prove that the missile that according to the international Joint Investigation Team (JIT) brought down Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 contained Ukrainian serial numbers.
These new revelations implicate in the MH17 international scandal the post-Maidan Kiev authority that came to power as a result of an ethnic and religious minority revolt backed by NATO and Tzahal in February 2014.
A few hours after the MOD press briefing, Israel’s fighter jets attacked and bombed Russia’s military base in Latakia and shot down a Russian special mission electronic signals intelligence (ELINT) aircraft IL-20 with a crew of fifteen on board.
Israel is not at war against Russia, at least officially. Russian troops are not enemy combatants for Israel, at least officially. The dastardly attack of Israel on Russian troops should, in my opinion, be understood as an attempt to create a shock severe enough to redirect people’s attention away from the new evidences in the MH 17 crash investigation.
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