Iranian Balistic Missile Threat

In November, Iran launched a missile with a range of 1,200 miles from a site near the Gulf of Oman. In March, Iran test-fired two more ballistic missiles.  Last month, Iran test-fired an advanced rocket system, and today a Tehran general said that a highly accurate missile which has a range of 1243 miles was test-launched two-weeks ago. Iran maintains that because it cannot develop nuclear weapons under the nuclear deal, none of its missiles are capable of carrying a nuclear weapon, but we pray anyway that the Lord will frustrate Iran’s effort to build a nuclear weapon and protection and wisdom for the authorities dealing with them.

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