Iran Provides Russia With Weapons

Iran has exported roughly 400 missiles to Russia since January per a December trade agreement, Reuters reported on February 21. According to senior Iranian officials, part of the package includes missiles from Iran’s Fateh-110 family of surface-to-surface short-range ballistic weapons, some of which have a striking distance of 300 to 600 kilometers, or 186 to 435 miles.

In its war on Ukraine, Russia has increasingly been relying on friendly arms exporters like North Korea to replete its stocks. But North Korea’s inferior technology regularly misses their targets, according to Ukrainian sources. Iran’s technology, in contrast, has real-world battle experience and a reputation for deadly accuracy.

Russia already depends on Iran’s infamous Shahed-136 suicide drones on the battlefield. The missile deal shows Russia is becoming increasingly dependent on Iranian technology.

Daniel 11:40 is a prophecy of two end-time kings, or power blocs, clashing with each other. For decades, Trumpet editor in chief Gerald Flurry has identified the king of the north as a united Europe and the king of the south as radical Islam led by Iran. In Ukraine today, Iran is literally sponsoring Europe’s biggest war since World War ii. Europe will only take this kind of pushing for so long before it decides to do something about it.