December 2, 2011:has supplied two coastal missile systems to , concluding a controversial $300 million arms deal inked with the n government four years ago. n sources claim the new missile system will “enable to protect its entire coast from a possible seaborne attack”, the delivery of these medium range shore-based anti-ship missile system is taking place as the Syrian regime is extremely unstable. If the Asad regime falls, these weapons could be transferred to his allies – Iranian backed Hezbollah, or fall into the hands of extremist islamic factions fighting the regime. The battery comprises 18 mobile launchers each carrying two supersonic cruise missiles capable of striking surface targets on land and at sea at a range of 300 km, with their devastating 200 kg warhead. With these parameters, such missiles could put at risk elements of the Six Fleet patrolling the eastern , as well as Israel navy vessels and Israeli offshore rigs.