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Israel has reportedly deployed its Iron Dome missile-interception system ahead of the Eurovision Song Contest

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Fearing the Eurovision Song Contest could be targeted by Hamas, Israel has reportedly armed its Iron Dome defense system.
Israel and Hamas signed a rushed ceasefire on May 6 after the anti-missile system was peppered with 690 Hamas rockets on May 4, killing four people.
The contest, in its 64th year, will attract politicians and dignitaries from 42 countries.
The Iron Dome has historically operated with a 90% success rate concerning missiles fired into Israel by Hamas forces in Gaza.
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